The Problem of Suffering: A Christian Response

"Suffering. Pain. Sickness. Evil. What gives? Certainly not God!" This is a common objection raised against the existence of God. If God really existed, then we wouldn't experience all this suffering, especially if He were a good and powerful God like the Christians assert. I wish to provide a brief response to this objection, this … Continue reading The Problem of Suffering: A Christian Response

“Who Invented the Trinity?”: A Clarification and Defense of the Trinitarian Nature of God Against Islamic Misrepresentation

Introduction This lengthy post is something I wrote years ago on an old blog. I'm making it available again here. I respond to an article found on the Institute of Islamic Information & Education (III&E) website,1 entitled “Who Invented the Trinity?” (by Aisha Brown).2 I include the article in full (in block quotes and bold … Continue reading “Who Invented the Trinity?”: A Clarification and Defense of the Trinitarian Nature of God Against Islamic Misrepresentation