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The Historical Paul Vs. The Legendary Paul?

The Historical Paul Vs. The Legendary Paul?

by Erik Manning Skeptical critics argue that Luke wasn’t a traveling companion of Paul’s. Why do they say this? Let’s discuss one reason. NT scholar Uta Ranke-Heinemann asserts that in: “Acts ...
The Balance of Law and Love

The Balance of Law and Love

by Tony Williams Perhaps you, like me, have had the experience of being stopped by a police officer for a traffic offense such as speeding. I recall well the feeling of burning anger that the ...
My Heavens – Not in the Stars

My Heavens – Not in the Stars

By Josh Klein The Four Horsemen of atheism stormed the cultural, philosophical, and spiritual scene in the early 21st Century. Their dogmatic atheistic positions (or even anti-theist depending ...
How We Got Our Bible: Modern Translations

How We Got Our Bible: Modern Translations

By Ryan Leasure This article will consider the differences among the modern translations. Translation Theory Have you ever wondered why Bible translations differ from one another? For example, ...
How Mainstream Media Gaslights Christians (and Everyone Else Who Disagrees with Them)

How Mainstream Media Gaslights Christians (and Everyone Else Who Disagrees with Them)

By Natasha Crain I had a revelation last week that, in retrospect, was many years overdue. So overdue that it borders on embarrassing to admit this was a revelation in 2022. Here it ...
Are We All Born Children of God?

Are We All Born Children of God?

by Melissa Dougherty Many believe that all humans are born children of God. Is this true? I want to examine the Bible's words about this beautiful theological truth. Spoiler alert- It’s true. ...
Why The Bible Depicts God As Jealous

Why The Bible Depicts God As Jealous

By Al Serrato In my last post, I tried to make the case that God neither “needs” nor “demands” our praise. I acknowledged that he does, however, expect it, because praise naturally flows to a ...
Movie Review – What is a Woman?

Movie Review – What is a Woman?

  By Josh Klein What is a Woman? Seems like an easy enough question to answer, but these days, apparently, it’s a stumper! Conservative commentator, author, and part-time Virginian, Matt ...
Does Isaiah 9:6 Affirm the Deity of Israel’s Messiah?

Does Isaiah 9:6 Affirm the Deity of Israel’s Messiah?

By Jonathan McLatchie  This past weekend, I had the privilege of participating in a moderated panel debate with my friends Dr. Shabir Ally, Yusuf Ismail, and Samuel Green. The topic was focused ...
Fertility Matters

Fertility Matters

By Bob Perry Nicholas Eberstadt, the Henry Wendt Chair in Political Economy at the American Enterprise Institute, is a demographic expert. He has identified some sobering trends that are cause ...
What You Might’ve Missed About the Mount of Transfiguration

What You Might’ve Missed About the Mount of Transfiguration

by Erik Manning  Does John’s Gospel give us a much higher view of Jesus than what we find in Matthew, Mark and Luke? Bart Ehrman certainly thinks so. He says: If Jesus went around Galilee ...
How We Got Our Bible: History of the English Bible

How We Got Our Bible: History of the English Bible

By Ryan Leasure In this post, we will consider the history of the English Bible. The Bible, after all, wasn’t written in English but in Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek. In fact, English didn’t even ...
Salvation in Christianity Vs. Salvation in Buddhism

Salvation in Christianity Vs. Salvation in Buddhism

By Melissa Dougherty “Buddhism has much more to offer than Christianity does!” “How do you figure? What you’re suggesting is impossible. It’s unattainable. Isn’t that the point?” I was listening ...
Truth, Perception, and Reality

Truth, Perception, and Reality

By Brian G. Chilton Is truth found in personal perceptions or is it grounded in an independent transcendent reality? Multiple businesses and even churches have used the phrase “perception is ...
Why God Does Not Need Praise

Why God Does Not Need Praise

By Al Serrato Christians claim that God is a perfect Being. By perfect, of course, we mean that God has every possible attribute in an infinite and complete way. In other words, God possesses ...
How To ‘Stay Alert’ Until Christ Returns

How To ‘Stay Alert’ Until Christ Returns

By Jason Jimenez According to the Olivet Discourse (Matt. 24-25; Mk.13; Lk. 21), Jesus prophesied that the world would grow darker before returning for his Bride, the church. We see the ...
Undesigned Coincidences in the Scriptures: An Argument for Their Veracity (Part 1) — Old Testament Examples

Undesigned Coincidences in the Scriptures: An Argument for Their Veracity (Part 1) — Old Testament Examples

By Jonathan McLatchie The principle of undesignedness was first identified by the famed Christian philosopher William Paley (1743-1805), in his book Horae Paulinae. Therein, he highlighted ...
Reality Rules: The Transgender War on Women

Reality Rules: The Transgender War on Women

By Bob Perry Back in the good ‘ole days of 2015, the fight over allowing transgender women to use the women’s bathroom in Charlotte, North Carolina, took center stage in the national political ...
The Pendulum Problem: A Warning of Extreme Beliefs

The Pendulum Problem: A Warning of Extreme Beliefs

By Melissa Dougherty I have a dog and a cat. Max is my dog whose personality is likened to a lovable, furry, hyperactive toddler. As an anxious dog, nobody is safe from his “watchful” eye. When ...
Is the Law of First Mention a Proper Biblical Hermeneutic?

Is the Law of First Mention a Proper Biblical Hermeneutic?

By Brian Chilton Recently, Curtis Evelo (Bellator Christi Podcast co-host) told me about a conversation he had with an individual about biblical interpretation. Apparently, the individual held ...

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