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The Google home of Rob Lundberg & The Real Issue Apologetics Ministry and Rob Lundberg, speaker, pastor, teacher, Christian apologist, writer, & blogger on matters of faith and culture.
The Google home of Rob Lundberg & The Real Issue Apologetics Ministry and Rob Lundberg, speaker, pastor, teacher, Christian apologist, writer, & blogger on matters of faith and culture.

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by Rob Lundberg (Be sure to listen to the podcast on this same subject) The Christmas holiday season is a upon us and knowing the reason for the season, this is a wonderful opportunity to share those reasons.  The exciting part is that though miracles are…
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The feature image in this post is not an endorsement but the usage to help you, the reader recognize atheism’s symbol when you see it on a bumper sticker.  That being stated, this post is a return back to my series on world views and the basic make up of…
Problems with the Atheistic Worldview
Problems with the Atheistic Worldview
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by Rob Lundberg Introducing Two Competing Philosophies It has been said, that if you make a philosophy look totally ridiculous, the chances are that you have not understood it. Let me say that if you take a popular look that takes away the essence of the…
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by Rob LundbergI am taking a quick break from our worldview presentation to share with you a ministry update and an opportunity for you to be a part in this ministry. Over the last few months, we have seen an increase in traffic to this blog that has me…
Can You Help Us for the Coming Year?
Can You Help Us for the Coming Year?
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As I mentioned in the post, “What Do Other Worldviews Believe?” I addressed this idea that we do not hear about finite godism. Think of this worldview as one that holds to a limited view of God where God can create the world but does not have the power to sustain it or give an assurance for victory over evil.

In this post, I want to present this worldview as one that gives a weak view of God, and proving that it is contrary to the view disclosed between the covers of Genesis to the Revelation. Despite the fact that there are no major religions attached to this view, like pantheism, it is sometimes the view that Christians have of a God that is no greater than a finite god.
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by Rob Lundberg As I mentioned in the post, “What Do Other Worldviews Believe?” I addressed this idea that we do not hear about finite godism.  Think of this worldview as one that holds to a limited view of God where  God can create the world but does not…
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by Rob Lundberg We really do not hear a lot about deism today. Some of us bloggers have mentioned it in the past when addressing the culture moralistic therapeutic deism that harbors in the thinking of many young people today. But deism as a whole has…
Deism, Unwinding a Deficient Deity
Deism, Unwinding a Deficient Deity
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by Rob Lundberg For several centuries the theistic worldview has been criticized as being outdated by its modern critics. Some have even stated that it is a by-product of man’s wishful thinking. In this quick post, I would like to present four quick, but…
A Quick Look at Theism
A Quick Look at Theism
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In my last entry, I presented for us a summary of “What Do Other World views Believe.” In that, we looked at theism, deism, finite godism, atheism, pantheism, panentheism, and polytheism. Of these seven world views, finite godism and panentheism are the lesser known but do emerge depending on a person’s view of what God is like.

In this post, I want to look at some characteristics of what makes a worldview right or at least a contender for being a good worldview.
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