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No Real Jesus Without The Trinity

By Marcia Montenegro The Trinity may be a rather neglected doctrine in the church today, even seen as secondary by many. In this article, we’ll consider some of the responses from Christians and non-Christians objecting to the importance of the necessary doctrine of the Trinity and evaluate them. Non-Trinitarians may seem to be Christian, especially […]

Is Christianity useful anymore? The younger generations don’t seem to think so

By Michael Sherrard According to recent research, the coming generations have no use for Christianity anymore. I’m sure you’ve seen what these sociological studies have found: the younger the generation, the more post-Christian it is. Young Americans are less inclined to believe in heaven and hell, that scripture is the word of God, that Satan is real, […]

The Evidence For Jesus’ Resurrection, Part 6: Facts (4) and (5) The Postmortem Appearances To Paul and James

by Evan Minton This is part 6 in a blog post series on the evidence for the historicity of Jesus’ resurrection. The Minimal Facts Case for the resurrection of Jesus is what I’ve been defending the past 5 articles, and in part 2, I explained what a minimal facts approach is. Part of a minimal […]

Apatía, ateísmo y lo absurdo de la vida sin Dios

por Aaron Brake Aquí hay una declaración que puede parecer controversial al principio, pero luego de reflexionar, la verdad se vuelve más aparente: Si Dios no existe y no hay vida después de la muerte, entonces no hay un significado, valor o propósito último en la vida. La pregunta de la existencia de Dios es […]

Fe y Razón

Por Kenneth R. Samples Los escépticos a menudo acusan a los cristianos con “fe ciega”. Y a veces incluso los creyentes han hablado de la fe en términos menos que racionales. Sin embargo, el cristianismo histórico afirma una relación necesaria y apropiada entre la fe y la razón. Ha habido un amplio acuerdo en la […]

The Evidence For Jesus’ Resurrection, Part 5: Fact (3) The Postmortem Appearances To The Disciples

by Evan Minton This is part 5 in a series of blog posts detailing the wealth of historical evidence for the resurrection of Jesus. In the last 2 parts of this blog post series, we saw that the evidence that Jesus died by Roman crucifixion is overwhelming to the point that even atheist historians say that […]

4 Things That Must Happen Before More Christian Parents Will Care About Questions of Faith and Science

by Natasha Crain  In my newest book, Talking with Your Kids about God, there are six chapters that focus on the intersection of faith and science. They answer the questions: Can science prove or disprove God’s existence? Do science and religion contradict each other? Do science and religion complement each other? Is God just an explanation for […]

True Love Must Be Reciprocated

By Brian Chilton Recently, I was talking to a friend of mine who was infatuated with a person who did not necessarily share the same sentiments. In fact, it was not certain what the other person really desired in their relationship. I will not mention anything more about this situation out of respect for those […]

The Evidence For Jesus’ Resurrection, Part 4: Fact (2) The Empty Tomb

by Evan Minton We saw in the previous blog post that the historical evidence for Jesus’ death was overwhelming. Even several non-Christian scholars affirm it, and even say that it’s the one fact about Jesus that is indisputable. However, what happened to Jesus after He died? The New Testament says that He was placed in a tomb that […]

Contra Grayling — Una crítica de “Contra todos los dioses”

Por Peter S. Williams Contra Grayling Una respuesta cristiana a “Contra todos los dioses” (Oberon Books, 2007) Por Peter S. Williams (MA, MPhil) A.C. Grayling, profesor de Filosofía en el Birbeck College de la Universidad de Londres, comienza su autodenominada polémica contra la religión con una pregunta y una respuesta: “¿Merece respeto la religión? Yo […]

Galileo and the Catholic Church

By Ken Mann The question is asked in different ways. Are science and religion compatible? Are science and faith in conflict? The answer, once one has properly defined what is meant by science and faith, is it depends. Critics of Christianity will assert, based on history, that there is an inherent conflict between science and religion […]

Can You and Your Kids Answer These Skeptics of Christianity? (Part 1 of 5)

by Natasha Crain Over the last few months since Talking with Your Kids about God came out, I’ve heard from a lot of parents who especially love the conversation guides provided in the book. Every chapter has one of these guides to help parents have a conversation with their kids about that chapter’s content. There’s an easy conversation […]

The Evidence For Jesus’ Resurrection, Part 3: Fact (1) Jesus Died By Crucifixion

By Evan Minton In the previous blog post, I explained what the minimal facts approach was, and how it employed standard historical criterion to the New Testament text rather than it being a “Thus sayeth The Lord” approach. The New Testament is used, but only as an ancient set of documents, not as scripture. Additionally, […]