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The two kinds of skeptics and how to deal with both

The two kinds of skeptics and how to deal with both

By Erik Manning We can gain knowledge about the subject of Christian apologetics until our eyes bug out of our heads. But knowing how to apply that information in our everyday lives is another ...
Conversations with Jehovah’s Witnesses

Conversations with Jehovah’s Witnesses

By J. Brian Huffling “There are some Jehovah’s Witnesses in the neighborhood if you want to talk them,” my wife said. I was excited. I have had numerous and long-standing discussions with ...
Tacitus — Ancient Roman Historian — Reports on Jesus

Tacitus — Ancient Roman Historian — Reports on Jesus

By Ryan Leasure Most of what happened in the ancient world went unrecorded. Think about it. People from bygone eras didn’t have technology like YouTube, TV, or the internet — much less the ...
Apologetics as Conversation

Apologetics as Conversation

By Mikel Del Rosario Hey, Can We Talk? Seeing apologetics as a conversational ministry There’s an Indian proverb that says, “You don’t cut off a man’s nose and give him a rose to smell.” I ...
Do Humans Have Intrinsic Value?

Do Humans Have Intrinsic Value?

By Luke Nix Introduction Whether humans possess intrinsic value or instrumental value is a debate that often runs parallel to discussions about the true worldview. This debate also often ...
Peripheral Visions: Even Science Needs More Than Science to Work Properly

Peripheral Visions: Even Science Needs More Than Science to Work Properly

By Terrell Clemmons Jon Headley has a confession to make. "I'm a 30-year-old man, but until a few years ago, I had no real understanding of the theory of evolution." "Ah," the ex-Christian ...
Correcting four myths about the history of the Crusades

Correcting four myths about the history of the Crusades

By Wintery Knight   Here is an interesting article from the Intercollegiate Studies Institute. Intro: The verdict seems unanimous. From presidential speeches to role-playing games, the ...
Forgery in the Bible: Were 1 and 2 Timothy really forged?

Forgery in the Bible: Were 1 and 2 Timothy really forged?

By Erik Manning 2 Timothy 3:16 says that all Scripture is “God-breathed.” Of course for Christians, this would include 2 Timothy, as well as the rest of the pastoral epistles. Skeptics find ...
4 Ways Parents Bore Their Kids Out of Christianity

4 Ways Parents Bore Their Kids Out of Christianity

By Natasha Crain The highlight of my summer was a family RV vacation to Kings Canyon National Park. Behind our campground flowed a gorgeous river that I returned to multiple times over the ...
12 Reasons to Trust The New Testament

12 Reasons to Trust The New Testament

By Bob Perry If you claim to believe the Bible, you better be able to trust that what it says is true. Trusting the Bible means knowing two things. First, that the original authors recorded ...
Jesus’s Understanding of Human Nature in Luke 17

Jesus’s Understanding of Human Nature in Luke 17

By Brian Chilton Some have claimed that Jesus was not a theologian. Granted, he did not sit down and write out a systematic theology book. However, the teachings of Jesus denote a deep theology ...
5 Steps Every Christian Should Take When Talking with Skeptics about Miracles

5 Steps Every Christian Should Take When Talking with Skeptics about Miracles

By Jeremy Linn When talking with skeptics about the resurrection of Jesus, it seems obvious to go straight to the historical evidence for the resurrection. But for many skeptics, there is an ...
There Is No Rise Unless He Is Risen

There Is No Rise Unless He Is Risen

By Alex McElroy If you are creating a building, the structure is important, but the foundation is most important. If a rock goes through the window, it can be replaced. If there is a leak in ...
Why the Gospel of Thomas isn’t in the Bible

Why the Gospel of Thomas isn’t in the Bible

By Ryan Leasure There’s a common refrain among liberal scholars that says the church suppressed dozens of Gospels. The reason they say? It’s because those books share scandalous information ...
Respectfully Engaging with Hindus

Respectfully Engaging with Hindus

By Mikel Del Rosario Let’s talk about respectfully engaging with Hindus. Why? More than a billion people around the world say they’re Hindus. That’s about 15 percent of the world. So if you ...
Is It Biblical to Have an Evidential Faith?

Is It Biblical to Have an Evidential Faith?

By Luke Nix Introduction Is biblical faith blind or reasonable? This is one of the most hotly debated questions between believers and unbelievers. While most who say that faith is blind are ...
What Christian Parents Should Learn from Marty Sampson Losing Faith

What Christian Parents Should Learn from Marty Sampson Losing Faith

By Natasha Crain My blog has been quiet since earlier this year because I was finishing my next book (Talking with Your Kids about Jesus; March 2020). Now that I’ve turned it into the publisher ...
Can We Be Good Without God?

Can We Be Good Without God?

By Ryan Leasure This past weekend, two mass-scaled shootings transpired on American soil. El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio experienced unspeakable carnage. Two men, fueled by hatred for ...
How Do We Know The Truth Is Out There?

How Do We Know The Truth Is Out There?

By Bob Perry There are two kinds of truth. One depends on our opinion of things. This is called subjective truth. The other depends on the way the world actually is. This is called objective ...
An Argument From Cancer

An Argument From Cancer

By Robby Hall Natasha Crain wrote a great article last year on what an apologist does when they believe they have cancer.  Little did I know at the time that 6 months later, I would get the ...

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