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8 Things Christian Parents Should Consider Before Sending Kids Back to Public or Private School This Fall

8 Things Christian Parents Should Consider Before Sending Kids Back to Public or Private School This Fall

By Natasha Crain  This is going to be a very long post, so I’ll cut to the chase: My husband and I decided back in January that we were going to begin homeschooling our twins for ...
There’s More Than One Way To “Trust The Science”

There’s More Than One Way To “Trust The Science”

I have made the case before that scientism is a dangerous belief system. And the COVID-19 Pandemic has done nothing but prove the point. In their response to the virus, many in power ...
The Redefinition of Love—Resulting From the Loss of Truth

The Redefinition of Love—Resulting From the Loss of Truth

By Rich Hoyer Most people agree that we should love one another. But what does it mean to love others? Love can’t mean what our culture says it means.  It can’t be untethered from a ...
Three Actions You Can Take to Address Emotional Doubt

Three Actions You Can Take to Address Emotional Doubt

By Jeremy Linn A few weeks ago, my ministry had a Livestream discussion on the topic of doubt. I thought it would be a great idea to pull in the principles that came from the discussion into a ...
When Is “Good” Good Enough?

When Is “Good” Good Enough?

By Al Serrato Your son walks in test paper in hand. You glance over and wince, seeing the big “60” in red ink at the top. “Don’t worry,” he says, “I did good on this test.” You ignore the ...
Secularism, COVID-19, & the “Non-Essential” Church

Secularism, COVID-19, & the “Non-Essential” Church

By Rich Hoyer Many have asked the question, “Why are churches considered ‘non-essential’ during the Coronavirus shutdown and places like restaurants considered ‘essential’? Why are churches ...
The Separation Doctrine Between Church And State

The Separation Doctrine Between Church And State

By Jason Jiménez In 1830, upon arriving to North America from France, Alexis de Tocqueville wrote, “The religious aspect of the country was the first thing that struck my attention; and the ...
Why Religious Freedom Should Matter to Absolutely Everyone

Why Religious Freedom Should Matter to Absolutely Everyone

By Mikel Del Rosario Religious Freedom in a Pluralistic Society Why should religious freedom matter to everyone? Because the value we put on religious liberty shows how much we really care ...
EPS Panel Discussion On Divine Simplicity

EPS Panel Discussion On Divine Simplicity

By J. Brian Huffling In November of 2018, I was on a panel with Richard Howe, Stephen Davis, and William Lane Craig at an Evangelical Philosophical Society session hosted by the American ...
6 Ways Atheism Is A Science-Stopper

6 Ways Atheism Is A Science-Stopper

By Luke Nix Introduction: Science vs. Christianity? It is commonly claimed that Christianity is a science-stopper. What is usually put forth to justify this claim is that many Christians are ...
What COVID-19 Reveals About Us: Four Categories of People Surfaced from the Pandemic

What COVID-19 Reveals About Us: Four Categories of People Surfaced from the Pandemic

By Brian Chilton COVID-19 has brought great panic across the globe due to the rapidity of its transmission and the danger it poses to seniors and those with compromised immune systems. However, ...
Is Earth Just A Pale Blue Dot?

Is Earth Just A Pale Blue Dot?

By Ryan Leasure  In his book Pale Blue Dot, the late astronomer Carl Sagan had this to say about the above photograph taken aboard Voyager I: Because of the reflection of sunlight... Earth ...
God Uses Our Dreams and Disasters to Accomplish the Impossible

God Uses Our Dreams and Disasters to Accomplish the Impossible

By Natasha Crain  If you’ve read my books or followed my blog for a while, you know that the focus of my writing is to equip parents with an understanding of how to make a case for and defend ...
Don’t the Resurrection Narratives Contradict?

Don’t the Resurrection Narratives Contradict?

By Erik Manning The apostle Paul said that if Christ hasn’t risen, Christianity is a sham. (1 Corinthians 15:17) Many atheists agree and will happily point to the gospel accounts. Just how ...
What Is Salvation All About?

What Is Salvation All About?

By Jason Jimenez Ever wish you had a backup plan? Well, God did. Of course, that doesn’t imply God made a mistake. God is perfect, and everything He created was perfect (Gen. 1-2). He ...
It’s Logically Impossible To Avoid Logic

It’s Logically Impossible To Avoid Logic

By Alex McElroy The only foundation upon which one should build their life is the truth. The truth should be sound, logical, and justifiable. Most, if not all, people would agree with that ...
The World On The Other Side of This Pandemic

The World On The Other Side of This Pandemic

By Bob Perry The world is an unpredictable place. But we pretend it isn’t. We like to envision our future and plan our steps, pretending we know how we’ll get there. But the stories we write ...
Is the Historical Jesus Fact or Fiction?

Is the Historical Jesus Fact or Fiction?

By Tim Stratton As a pastor who spends a lot of time on the college campus, I hear the following challenges quite often from young skeptics: “There is no good evidence to think that Jesus ever ...
How Investigating Paul’s Conversion Turned A Skeptic Into A Christian Apologist

How Investigating Paul’s Conversion Turned A Skeptic Into A Christian Apologist

By Erik Manning Here’s a very simple proof for Christianity. I’m warning you though, you’re going to be tempted to dismiss it because it’s sneakily uncomplicated. Are you ready for it? OK, ...
Infinite Punishment for Finite Crimes?

Infinite Punishment for Finite Crimes?

By Al Serrato Trying to explain how a good God created Hell can be a daunting task for the Christian apologist. In my last post, I considered the challenge that God could not be “good” if he ...

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