and thank God that
I never attract enough readers to trigger conflict. In the meantime, here’s a snippet I’ve just snup—
“I like having evidence. I hate having to take stands for Biblical morality without evidence. If I can use the evidence for the Big Bang, the fine-tuning, the origin of biological information, the Cambrian explosion, the habitability fine-tuning and irreducible complexity to argue for theism, and then argue for the resurrection based on early sources and minimal facts, then I should have the exact same quality of data when defending moral values. If the Bible says something, I should be able to look at the best research and find that the Bible is correct.”
—and I offer it as grounds for discussion. I’m a busy dog myself … but if anyone is interested I snup that snippet from—
—and if you go there … be gentle.
(Now I’m for it …) “Yes, Mr God, Sir?”
“I knew before I created Creation that you’d be writing that—thank you, Dog.”
“You’re welcome, Sir.” (Phew—thank God He’s not grumpy this time …)