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Monday, June 17, 2024

Corbin Croy

Corbin Croy was born in Spokane and grew up in Post Falls. In 1998 he got married at the age of 18 and moved to Coeur d’Alene. Together they have four children, and try to live as simply and honestly as possible.

Trying to Stay United in a Divided World

I have to believe that unity must mean something more than one group being right and working tirelessly to get the other group join their side. It has to transcend my own limits as a liberal-leaning Christian, and it has to transcend the limits of conservative Christians as well.

The Don Quixote of Christianity

Don Quixote reveals to us a rather unfortunate side effect of strong belief. A person can be as genuine and sincere as a noble knight, but at the end of the day is really only making a fool of himself.

Why I can’t look to the Bible for women heroes

I would love to do nothing more than highlight one of these examples to show how the Bible really does have heroic women in its pages, but I still find that I cannot in good conscience do this.

A healthy relationship between Christianity and culture

Corbin Croy offers his observations on what the relationship between religion and culture should look like.

The Resurrections Series: The Case For The Spiritual Resurrection

If the resurrection were false, or if it were a hallucination then the resurrection would not even seem warranted.

The Resurrection Series: The Gospel Review

I do want to note, however, why the Gospels have serious flaws in them when considering their material for historicity, especially when it comes to the resurrection.

The Resurrection Series: Post-Pauline Epistles

It is debated which epistles Paul actually wrote. Ephesians, Colossians, 2 Thessalonians, Titus, and the Timothies are debatable.

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