B. Steven Matthies
B. Steven Matthies was a Christian for approximately 20 years. Crediting a penchant for critical inquiry which led him to read nontheistic books, he now describes himself as an agnostic-atheist. He is an agnostic because he believes the question of God's existence is epistemically nonsensical. Because of that, he declines to accept God's existence and is also an atheist.
Ever wonder how you can be saved? Christians can't agree, and the confusion is embarrassing. A survey of sixteen major denominations proves the point.
Considering humankind's technological developments, war now has the potential to totally destroy life on our planet. Historically, Christianity has had three broad attitudes on war: pacifism, the just-war, and the crusade. Does present-day Christianity provide a viable system of guidelines for war and peace?
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