Of course, there’s never any real doubt as to how the story will be resolved.(After all, the title is “The Case for Christ,” not “The Case Against Christianity.”) But the movie likely will impress even dedicated nonbelievers with its willingness to place as much emphasis on empirical evidence as on blind faith.
Each hedge that we plant around our marriage will do the same.Most Christians assume that immediately after Jesus died, rose from the dead and went back to heaven that a leather-bound copy of the Bible descended from the sky.Tom Cruise hasn’t seen his daughter Suri, 10, in nearly three years because the Church of Scientology forbids its members from associating with nonbelievers, sources say.“But the thing about Scientology is, celebrities get to break all the rules,” says Ortega. Timothy Keller explains why people walk away from God, why secularists want scientific rationale, and why this fails, as our search for meaning, happiness and identity goes unsatisfied without seeking God in the process. Keller also discusses how, as followers of Christ, we need to understand what we believe, why we believe it and why it's critical that we communicate that to nonbelievers in a winsome way.The $50 million defamation suit was settled the following year on undisclosed terms, with each side paying its own legal fees.
Tony Ortega, who writes about Scientology on his website The Underground Bunker.com, told me Holmes qualifies as an SP, suppressive person, in the cult-like group, and Suri would be deemed a PTS, potential trouble source.
Scott Caldwell), a nurse fortuitously dining at a nearby table, steps in to save the child.
When Alfie declares God must have guided her to the restaurant to do His will, Lee responds gratefully but skeptically.
Read more Article Robert Velarde Asking if the Bible is true, means that we need to have some understanding of truth. While this question is often presented as a deep philosophical puzzle suitable only for the "brainy" to tackle, the answer is not so complex.
offer a range of possible explanations for it, including a primordial feeling of always having “belonged” to the estranged relative, a sense of wanting to experience the bonding missed out on during childhood, or simply an overwhelming closeness based on similarities: like meeting a mate who was designed for you in a science lab.
Leslie, however, isn’t so quick to dismiss the possibility of divine intervention.