If you patch together the right biblical passages and buy the logic, as traditional Christianity does, it is correct to claim that the Bible supports belief in the Holy Trinity.
The seventeenth 9/11 anniversary draws nigh. The world changed that day, never to be the same.
It's the "following" part of belief systems that matters, when beliefs tell people to mess with other people's lives.
Religion and science ask more or less the same questions but use different starting points and methodology.
I am offended by Professor Radisson in God is Not Dead because the prof behaves unethically and disrespectfully.
Definitions and little stories to illustrate these words.
The moral superiority attitude of Christianity is narrow-minded and simplistic; it can make for hypocrisy and judgmentalism.
Horse and buggy people think of "worldly Christians" much the same as other Christians think of atheists.
Science proves some parts of the Bible true, others false. Some places and characters existed in history. That does not prove God's existence/non-existence.
According to the definitions, ghosts are paranormal or supernatural.