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Are You Good Without God?

By Mikel Del Rosario While I was driving from Sacramento to the Bay Area, I saw a huge billboard that read, “Are you good without God? Millions Are.” I also noticed a theistic tagger added the words, “Also Lost?” at the end of the message. At first, I wondered if the original question could mean […]

Cinco Razones para creer que el Molinismo es Verdad (parte I)

Por Evan Minton Los no Molinistas usualmente acusan a los Molinistas de leer filosofía sobre la Biblia. Ellos dicen que el Molinismo es una teoría filosófica que no se encuentra en las páginas de la Escritura, y esta es una de las razones por las cuales ellos rechazan el Molinismo como una perspectiva teológica viable. […]

20 Myths About Old Earth Creationism

By Luke Nix Introduction Last month I was alerted to a debate on Justin Brierley’s podcast “Unbelievable.” This debate was a discussion between a young-earth creationist (Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis) and an old-earth creationist (Jeff Zweerink of Reasons to Believe). This, of course, caught my attention because of my focus on science/faith issues. I decided to […]

The Cure For Spiritual Disorientation

By Bob Perry I have made the case that the church is suffering from spiritual disorientation. There are many Christians who are flying through this life in much the same way as a pilot who is spatially disoriented. Like that pilot, they’ve lost all reference to the ground. And that’s a dangerous position to be in. […]

Por qué el cristiano NO debe rechazar la filosofía (parte II)

Por Xavier González En la parte I el autor aborda los comúnes objeciones presentadas por algunos cristianos que consideran anti bíblica la filosofía. Consecuencias al negar la filosofía En un artículo de FreeThinkingMinistries (FTM), menciona alrededor de 5 problemas de la teología “sin-filosofía”[1], resumiré los 5 puntos que menciona y me enfocare en 3 dada […]

White-Knuckling It

By Brady Cone As a man who loves Jesus, is in a heterosexual marriage and still experiences some same-sex attraction that is lingering from my previous gay life, I spend a lot of time talking to Christian men about what life as a same-sex attracted (SSA) Christian man should look like. Much of the conversation […]

Por qué el cristiano NO debe rechazar la filosofía (parte I)

Por Xavier González Varias veces me he topado con cristianos que dicen “La filosofía es mala”, “solamente necesitamos las escrituras y nada de filosofía”, “la filosofía es del diablo” y afirmaciones como esas, pero considero que estas ideas que intenta sostener, al fin de cuentas, son falsas. La noción de que el cristiano debe de […]

Could The Universe Be Eternal?

By Ryan Leasure One of my favorite arguments for God’s existence is the Kalam Cosmological Argument. While this argument has historical roots, contemporary Christian philosopher William Lane Craig has popularized it more recently. The argument goes like this: Everything that begins to exist has a cause. The universe began to exist. Therefore, the universe has a […]

El Apologista

By Terrell Clemmons Jorge Gil: Next Gen Apologist to the World Jorge Gil was born in 1982 to a single mother in Costa Rica. When he was one year old, she left him in the care of his grandparents and moved to the United States, where she died ten years later. In the wake of […]

13 Good Historical Reasons For The Early Dating Of The Gospels

By Erik Manning Skeptics like Bart Ehrman will use Apollonius of Tyana as a challenge to Jesus’ uniqueness. Apollonius lived in the first century. His birth was supernatural. He also performed miracles and appeared to people after his death. Sounds familiar, right? Critics will then conclude that the story of Jesus isn’t special. Apologists will then retort […]

Molinismo: ¿Por qué no todos se salvan?

Por Evan Minton El Molinismo es una perspectiva de la soteriología. Tiene mucho en común con el Arminianismo. Enseña que Dios quiere que cada ser humano llegue a Cristo para ser salvo (2 Pedro 3:9, 1 Timoteo 2:4), que Jesús murió por cada ser humano que Dios creó y creará (Juan 3:16-18, 1 Timoteo 2:6, […]

The Death of Judas: A Hopeless Bible Contradiction?

By Erik Manning Skeptics accuse Christians of not paying attention while they’re reading their Bible. If they didn’t rush through their daily devotional, they’d catch some obvious contradictions. One of the more famous of these contradictions is the two accounts of the death of Judas. Here’s Biblical scholar and critic Bart Ehrman: “The two reports give […]

Are Pro-Lifers Who Own Guns Hypocrites?

By Nathan Apodaca Another assertion has become commonplace in discussions of abortion. Pro-lifers who own firearms, or support military actions abroad are misled at best, and at worst, hypocrites. The critic assumes that any inconsistently held pro-life beliefs are evidence pro-lifers aren’t actually motivated by a desire to protect human life, but rather a desire […]