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Don’t Lose the Person When Winning an Argument

Don’t Lose the Person When Winning an Argument

By Brian Chilton 1 Peter 3:15 is a classic prooftext for the defender of the faith, otherwise known as the Christian apologist. Peter writes, “But in your hearts regard Christ the Lord as holy, ...
Battling a Disease More Infectious & Deadly Than COVID-19

Battling a Disease More Infectious & Deadly Than COVID-19

By Adam Tucker As hundreds of thousands of people battle COVID-19 following thousands of deaths, lockdowns, and much fear, the world eagerly awaits a proven treatment plan to cure this dreaded ...
The Power Of Pro-Life Images

The Power Of Pro-Life Images

By Bob Perry Forty-six years ago today, the landmark court case we now know as Roe-v-Wade legalized abortion in America. Some think the case is “settled law.” But those of us, who ...
Busting One Of Bart Ehrman’s Favorite Bible Contradictions

Busting One Of Bart Ehrman’s Favorite Bible Contradictions

By Erik Manning Skeptics say that the gospels are riddled with contradictions and therefore are not reliable historical sources. And these same skeptics say that some of these ...
Reflecting God’s Character in Apologetics

Reflecting God’s Character in Apologetics

By Mikel Del Rosario Character Counts Our spiritual conversations should reflect God’s character Explaining reasons to believe doesn’t have to strictly be an intellectual thing. In fact, it ...
What Does Paul Say About Homosexuality?

What Does Paul Say About Homosexuality?

By Ryan Leasure In this post, we’re asking the question: What does Paul say about homosexuality? To find out, we need to investigate Romans 1:26-27, 1 Corinthians 6:9-10, and 1 Timothy 1:9-10. ...
8 Tips to Discuss Politics, Race, Religion and Other Controversial Topics

8 Tips to Discuss Politics, Race, Religion and Other Controversial Topics

By Luke Nix Who has not been exposed to or may be even involved in discussions of controversial topics these days? It seems that talk of politics, race, religion, and a whole host of other ...
Marx Attacks!

Marx Attacks!

By Phil Bair If I were to ask you who the most influential philosopher of the 21st Century is, what would your answer be? The correct answer might surprise you. It is Karl Marx. Karl Marx ...
What Is The Fine-Tuning Argument For God’s Existence, And Does The Multiverse Counter It?

What Is The Fine-Tuning Argument For God’s Existence, And Does The Multiverse Counter It?

By Wintery Knight  One of the best arguments for the existence of a Creator and Designer of the universe is the cosmic fine-tuning argument. The argument argues that individual constants ...
Book Review: How Reason Can Lead To God by Joshua Rasmussen

Book Review: How Reason Can Lead To God by Joshua Rasmussen

By Stelman Smith Jr. “I write for a specific sort of person. You value reason, science, and independent thinking. You question beliefs propped up by ‘faith’ without sufficient evidence. Maybe ...
Christian Naivety is Harming the Church’s Engagement with Today’s Culture

Christian Naivety is Harming the Church’s Engagement with Today’s Culture

By Natasha Crain I had no idea my last article, “5 Ways Christians are Getting Swept into a Secular Worldview in This Culture Moment,” would resonate with so many—it’s been liked and shared ...
God is the Good

God is the Good

By Brian Chilton At our church, we often say, “God is good all the time, and all the time God is good.” But do we really contemplate what that means? What is the good? What does it mean to say ...
An Accurate Picture Of The World

An Accurate Picture Of The World

By Bob Perry Jesus is the Logos. The Logos is a combination of truth, goodness, and beauty. Truth, goodness, and beauty are the references that give us a grounded Christian spirituality. ...
We Know Moral Truths Better Than We Know Many Scientific Claims

We Know Moral Truths Better Than We Know Many Scientific Claims

By Erik Manning I recently came across this article "10 Things You Should Know About Scientism" by Christian philosopher JP Moreland, and he dropped a truth-bomb that is too good to ...
Why We Can’t Know If The Universe Created Itself

Why We Can’t Know If The Universe Created Itself

By Al Serrato In the beginning, was… not the Word …. but the singularity event occurring in absolute nothingness and timelessness that spontaneously created all we see in the universe around ...
How Jesus “Emptied Himself”

How Jesus “Emptied Himself”

By Ryan Leasure Few biblical texts receive as much attention as Philippians 2:5-8. It reads: Have this mind among yourselves, which is yours in Christ Jesus, who, though he was in the form ...
From Christianity To Atheism: Parenting Millennials Under A Biblical Worldview

From Christianity To Atheism: Parenting Millennials Under A Biblical Worldview

                                    By Jason Jimenez This article is adapted from Jason's book Abandoned Faith. Clayton, a sophomore in college, was influenced by a couple of classes taught by ...
Were There No Camels During the Time of Biblical Patriarchs?

Were There No Camels During the Time of Biblical Patriarchs?

By Mikel Del Rosario Camels in the Bible? Engaging skeptical challenges to the Old Testament and Camels in the Bible Most people I knew growing up had no problem saying most Old Testament ...
An Intro to Arguments for God’s Existence

An Intro to Arguments for God’s Existence

By J. Brian Huffling Does God exist? This has been one of the most asked questions in history with the most profound implications. As Norman Geisler used to say, our view of God’s existence is ...
Whose Morality Should We Legislate? 44 Quotes from Frank Turek and Norman Geisler

Whose Morality Should We Legislate? 44 Quotes from Frank Turek and Norman Geisler

By Luke Nix "We're living in a society in which people feel no obligation to control their own actions. Instead, we rationalize and justify every aberrant behavior under the umbrella of freedom ...

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