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Was Luke Wrong about the Census?

Was Luke Wrong about the Census?

By Ryan Leasure One of the more challenging texts in the Gospels is Luke’s reference to the census. We read in Luke 2:1-5: In those days a decree went out from Caesar Augustus that ...
The arising of our Universe: Design or Chance?

The arising of our Universe: Design or Chance?

By Julie Hannah How likely is it that our universe is the result of random physical operations? Scientists point out that shaping the universe into its present form required a very ...
How to Explain to Your Kids Why Social Justice Warriors Hate Christians So Much

How to Explain to Your Kids Why Social Justice Warriors Hate Christians So Much

By Natasha Crain  Black Lives Matter activists cornered a woman at a restaurant in Washington D.C. this week because she wouldn’t raise her fist in solidarity with their chants ...
What If God Is Removed From The American Equation?

What If God Is Removed From The American Equation?

By Luke Nix Warnings To A Godless Society Earlier this year, I highlighted the warnings of rejecting God, coming from the mouth of an atheist. Richard Dawkins saw the moral ...
Do the Genealogies of Jesus Contradict?

Do the Genealogies of Jesus Contradict?

By Ry Leasure If you’ve read through the gospels, you’ve probably noticed that they share much in common. In some places, the wording is exactly the same. In other places, they’re so ...
Who Cares About Philosophy?

Who Cares About Philosophy?

By Brian Huffling What do these questions have in common: Does God exist? Can God change? Does God know our future? How can a good God allow evil? How do humans know? What does it mean to know? ...
Is Bart Ehrman Right When He Says That Acts Contradicts Paul’s Letters?

Is Bart Ehrman Right When He Says That Acts Contradicts Paul’s Letters?

By Erik Manning Agnostic New Testament scholar Bart Ehrman says, “the book of Acts in the New Testament contains historically unreliable information about the life and teachings of Paul.” In ...
Systems Engineering in Nature

Systems Engineering in Nature

By Cathryn Buse Before I had children, I worked as a systems engineer at NASA at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, AL. Through my career, I met a lot of brilliant scientists ...
Defrocking The Priests Of Scientism

Defrocking The Priests Of Scientism

By Bob Perry The way large church authorities deal with heretics hasn’t changed much over the centuries. They demand adherence to dogma. They threaten or silence those who defy the hierarchy. ...
Modern Pelagianism and Its Failure to Recognize the Power of God

Modern Pelagianism and Its Failure to Recognize the Power of God

By Brian Chilton Pelagius was a fifth-century British monk who caused a stir during his time. He denied the doctrine of original sin. As such, he believed that no one was truly impacted by ...
What Best Explains The Desire for Moral Transformation?

What Best Explains The Desire for Moral Transformation?

By Alex McElroy The reality of a moral law as well as the implications of immoral decisions is all too apparent. History is rife with the fallout from moral disagreement and disengagement. ...
Do Your Spiritual Conversations Become Frustrating Arguments?

Do Your Spiritual Conversations Become Frustrating Arguments?

By Mikel Del Rosario We need to bring truth and love together in our apologetics I once had lunch with actor and filmmaker named Alex Kendrick. He’s best-known for his movies ...
Is it Unbiblical to Argue for God?

Is it Unbiblical to Argue for God?

By Doug Potter In my earliest days of attempting to do apologetics, I was confronted in the church with the objection that relying on philosophy, particularly arguments for the existence of God, ...
Why Would A Woman Want To Participate In The Hook-Up Culture?

Why Would A Woman Want To Participate In The Hook-Up Culture?

By Wintery Knight  Do young women understand how to get to a stable marriage? Note: in this article, when I refer to women, I mean young, unmarried women who have been influenced by ...
How Should The Church Engage Those With Same-Sex Attraction Or Gender Dysphoria?

How Should The Church Engage Those With Same-Sex Attraction Or Gender Dysphoria?

By Ryan Leasure How should the church engage those who experience same-sex attraction or gender dysphoria? In response, I want to highlight seven basic principles that the church must ...
Can We Know Anything for Sure?

Can We Know Anything for Sure?

By Doug Potter The following is an excerpt for our Why Trust the God of the Bible? Ebook. Many today fail to see the importance of grounding their reasoning process in reality in ...
How to Build a More Discerning, Less Naïve, and Better Culturally Engaged Church

How to Build a More Discerning, Less Naïve, and Better Culturally Engaged Church

By Natasha Crain  In my last article, Christian Naivety is Harming the Church’s Engagement with Today’s Culture; I identified four ways that I’ve seen many Christians respond with ...
The Woke-ing Dead and the Futility of Reason

The Woke-ing Dead and the Futility of Reason

By Tim Stratton The COVID-19 “quarantine” wasn’t all bad. Sure, no one likes being sentenced to “house arrest,” but I enjoyed spending some extra time with my wife and 17-year-old son (I did ...
Why It Is Foolish To Insist There Is No God

Why It Is Foolish To Insist There Is No God

By Al Serrato  “The fool has said in his heart, “There is no God.” If this passage from Psalms is correct, then many people today - including numerous scientists and other well-educated ...
Was Jesus a Jerk? A Response to the Friendly Atheist

Was Jesus a Jerk? A Response to the Friendly Atheist

By Erik Manning A few weeks ago, CNN Tonight host Don Lemon said: “But here’s the thing, Jesus Christ, if that’s who you believe in Jesus Christ, admittedly was not perfect when he was here on ...

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