Bnonn responds to an article by the Georgia State Director of American Atheists.
Bnonn spends most of his time writing and teaching, both professionally and in ministry. As well as preaching monthly, he has published over 300 worldview-related articles, and has a professional interest in the science of persuasion (www.biblicalmarketing.org). He co-founded NZ’s apologetics ministry, Thinking Matters, because clear reasoning about the biblical worldview played such a major role in his own conversion from atheism to Christianity. Bnonn feels a particular calling to help equip Christians to better understand, read, and appreciate God’s word. In apologetics, he tries to focus on the 20% of ideas that have 80% of the influence, and is especially interested in how the dominant ideas of worldviews fit together. Bnonn lives in Te Awamutu with his wife and three children, and is a member of Trinity Reformed Baptist Church.
Entries by Bnonn
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Paul Manata puts John Loftus’s Outsider Test for Faith in the ground once and for all.
Archbishop Cranmer on Dawkins’ drive to promote himself, at the expense of his scientific credibility and contributions.
A response to Stuart’s assertion that God’s wrath and hatred is exclusively reserved for sins, rather than sinners.
Bnonn points out several flaws in the thinking of New Atheists PZ Myers and Ken Perrott in regards to the grounds of morality, and the recent debate between Wiliam Lane Craig and Sam Harris.
Bnonn takes New Zealand’s Village Atheist, Ken Perrott, to task for ineptly handling the foundations of human morality.
Some amused interaction with John Loftus’ contention that “Sam’s arguments were clearly better” in the recent Craig-Harris debate on whether God is the foundation for moral goodness.
A review of the Craig-Harris debate on whether God is the foundation of goodness, including both summaries for the lazy, and detailed commentary for the curious.
Some thoughts on Hell Pizza’s recent ‘Hell Cross Bun’ ad campaign, and the general outrage being expressed by Christians.
Some reflection on Lawrence Krauss’ recent comments on William Lane Craig, and the debate they did on whether there is evidence for the existence of God.
Was Gandhi the saintly and wise spiritual leader most people take him to be? A recent article from the Wall Street Journal proves that he was, in fact, a sexually depraved, morally bankrupt, politically foolish man: a product, as you might expect, of his religion and his culture.
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