Tag Archive: Dan Barker

Slavery, submission, and sonship

This month I celebrate 31 years as a willing slave. Crazy, no? No, and this post from August of 2015 will explain why. When the 13 colonies declared their independence from Great Britain… Continue reading

The Easter challenge

In my last post I addressed the matter of apparent contradictions between the different Gospel accounts and how familiarity with ancient literary devices can resolve them. Today I’m going to apply that all-important… Continue reading

Slavery, submission, and sonship

When the 13 colonies declared their independence from Great Britain they cited in their reasoning the “separate and equal station” they had before God and the proper role of government as one instituted… Continue reading

Evidence or pride?

If you, like I, believe that for a good many atheists it’s not a lack of evidence that motivates their lack of faith but rather an unwillingness to submit to God, you’ll appreciate… Continue reading