Tuesday, May 04, 2010
Redeemer Ministry School - Life After Death, and the Fine-Tuning Argument for God's Existence
At Redeemer Ministry School we value the experiential reality of the presence of God and the academic study of all that we believe. We engage in deep Kingdom of God studies, and encounter the God of the Kingdom. And all of this is Spirit-led.
To emphasize the experiential at the expense of the academic is to risk becoming heretical; to emphasize the academic at the expense of the experiential is to risk becoming sterile and irrelevant.
One of our more academic classes is my Apologetics class. Tomorrow we will look at two things: 1) chapter 8 in Dinesh D-Souza's Life After Death: "The Immaterial Self: How Consciousness Can Survive Death"; and 2) The "Fine-Tuning Argument for the Existence of God," by Robin Collins.
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