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Blame It On Caner

The Caner controversy and the way it continues to play out is endlessly fascinating. I had no idea that Calvinists and Arminians still rankled each other so much. (One would think that Bible believing Christians in a pluralistic society would … Continue reading

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Adam Raised a Caner

The back and forth about the Caner controversy continues. Norman Geisler has yet another unconvincing defense of Caner. It’s embarrassing to see a person of Geisler’s prominence in evangelical circles resorting to a hair-splitting Christian equivalent of Bill Clinton’s  “it … Continue reading

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Ergun Caner’s Muslim past, “evangelistically speaking.”

Back in the day, in a previous incarnation as a theology major at Oral Roberts University, the term “evangelistically speaking” was used to describe blatant exaggerations from the pulpit. For instance, if on a Saturday evening the preacher at a … Continue reading

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