Google search console is fascinating. It allows you to see how people find your content. People find us, that's me and the Holy spirit, who are worried about whether or not they may have a reprobate mind.
When the core of the Earth melted due to the intense pressure of gravity within atoms and the heat generated from their spontaneous decay, it provided a perfect environment for the storage of rebellious angels.
If you want to deny God, then God isn't going to stop you. In fact, if you want to reject the truth then the Bible tells us how you will end up: with a mind which cannot comprehend the truth.
Is there any point trying to reason with people whose worldview depends on the denial of cause? And, if they can't comprehend cause and effect does that mean that they have a reprobate mind?
We (most of us anyway) have a conscience. When we do something wrong we feel bad about it. We may even fear the consequences of what we've done, karma, coming back on us because we reap what we sow.
Atheist science trolls (ASTs) pull apparently random stuff out of thin air in their eagerness to mock people of faith, but there are some recognizable patterns. One of them is to invoke a nonentity called Nonunicornism.
Understanding cause and effect, logic and reason, is critical in successfully deducing how the Bible can account for all of the physical evidence and empirical observations of the universe.
Adam & Eve were held responsible for their disobedience, but the fallen state of creation is part of the plan of redemption which is what the universe was created for, so how is it Adam and Eve’s fault?
Abiogenesis took place over the six days of creation, it produced fully formed Homo sapiens, evolution is the process of genetic decay which began in Genesis 3 at the fall of man.
Kepler's Laws are the weakest point of the theoretical foundation of popular science (SciPop). The weakness is that Kepler's laws are derived empirically, but they're applied theoretically.