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A Neglected Proof for the Resurrection – The Sign of Jonah

A Neglected Proof for the Resurrection – The Sign of Jonah

By Erik Manning When arguing for the resurrection of Jesus, Christian apologists often make a historical case for the empty tomb and the appearances of Jesus that occurred after his death. I’d ...
One Woman’s Quest for Straight Answers from Public Health Organizations

One Woman’s Quest for Straight Answers from Public Health Organizations

By Terrell Clemmons After three years' research on traumatic brain injuries he'd seen in prematurely deceased football players, Dr. Bennet Omalu wrote a paper in 2005 detailing his findings on ...
45 Quotes About Relativism vs. Truth

45 Quotes About Relativism vs. Truth

By Luke Nix "When it comes to truth, the outcome affects not only individuals but nations and even civilizations. What starts looking like a small abstract issue ends with titanic, public ...
What a Non-Christian Taught Me about the Gospel

What a Non-Christian Taught Me about the Gospel

By Dr. Dave Oldham A number of years ago, a young woman came to our church for counseling and talked to me. She poured out her story of disappointment with her husband’s unfaithfulness, his ...
Did Paul really change his tactics after Athens and begin to take a dim view of apologetics?

Did Paul really change his tactics after Athens and begin to take a dim view of apologetics?

By Erik Manning Some Christians have argued that apologetics is a waste of time. We aren’t supposed to be arguing with unbelievers; we’re just called to preach the simple gospel. If we’re ...
Reactions to John Crist’s Moral Failings Demonstrate Our Culture’s Confusion about Christianity

Reactions to John Crist’s Moral Failings Demonstrate Our Culture’s Confusion about Christianity

By Natasha Crain News broke yesterday that popular Christian comedian and YouTuber John Crist has come forth with an admission of ongoing “sexual sin and addiction struggles” after multiple ...
Was Apollonius of Tyana a Jesus Parallel?

Was Apollonius of Tyana a Jesus Parallel?

By Ryan Leasure Bart Ehrman is the most popular skeptic in America today. Writing at super-sonic rates, his books seem to find their way on the New York Times Bestseller list about every other ...
LGBT activist calls for “hardball” “fight” to empty the church pews of Christians

LGBT activist calls for “hardball” “fight” to empty the church pews of Christians

By Wintery Knight Previously, I blogged about how transgender activists shut down a discussion of transgender issues on a university campus in Canada. You might think that suppressing ...
A Review of Nancy Pearcey’s Saving Leonardo: A Call to Resist the Secular Assault on Mind, Morals, and Meaning

A Review of Nancy Pearcey’s Saving Leonardo: A Call to Resist the Secular Assault on Mind, Morals, and Meaning

By Terrell Clemmons Nancy Pearcey knows the captivating power of secular ideas because she used to hold them herself. As a teenager, she rejected the religion of her childhood and embraced a ...
The Works of Jesus in the Nicene Creed

The Works of Jesus in the Nicene Creed

By Mikel Del Rosario Jesus: The Essential Works What are the essential truths Christians believing about the things Jesus did? As defenders of the faith, we need to know which beliefs about ...
Book Review: Time for Truth: Living Free in A World of Lies, Hype, and Spin

Book Review: Time for Truth: Living Free in A World of Lies, Hype, and Spin

By Luke Nix Introduction "Time for Truth: Living Free In A World of Lies, Hype, and Spin" by Os Guinness has been on my reading list for several years now. It is a relatively short book, so I ...
You Might Be a Deist

You Might Be a Deist

By Brian Chilton Atlanta native Jeff Foxworthy made a name for himself as a stand-up comedian doing a routine called “You might be a redneck.” Some of these classic one-liners include, “If you ...
How to Work through Doubt and Uncertainty

How to Work through Doubt and Uncertainty

By Matthew Slama In the guide to Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement from JCGM, it defines uncertainty as meaning doubt. It specifically defines uncertainty of measurement as meaning ...
Racism, Racial Reconciliation & The Gospel

Racism, Racial Reconciliation & The Gospel

By Carter Keller In recent years, America has once again become susceptible to racial prejudice on a cultural scale. It is difficult, however, to determine how widespread racism is in the ...
No, it’s not wrong to argue for God’s existence.

No, it’s not wrong to argue for God’s existence.

By Erik Manning There are dozens of arguments for the existence of God. To rattle off just a few: there’s the moral argument, ontological, religious experience, miracles, consciousness, ...
Yes, We Do Need to Put God in A Box

Yes, We Do Need to Put God in A Box

By Bob Perry “You can’t put God in a box.” It’s a popular saying within the Christian community. And it seems reasonable to say. After all, God can do anything He wants to do. Who would ...
The Gospel Authors Knew Palestinian Geography

The Gospel Authors Knew Palestinian Geography

By Ryan Leasure We’re told by skeptics that eye-witnesses didn’t write the Gospels. Not only that, they say the authors wrote from distant lands like Rome, Egypt, Asia Minor, or Greece. They ...
I’m not a Jehovah’s Witness for the same reason I’m not a global warming alarmist

I’m not a Jehovah’s Witness for the same reason I’m not a global warming alarmist

By Wintery Knight In the summer, a couple of Jehovah’s Witness ladies were going door-to-door, and they stopped by my house while I was out mowing. I decided to talk to them. They asked me why ...
Ambassador at Work – Faith, Vocation, and Apologetics

Ambassador at Work – Faith, Vocation, and Apologetics

By Mikel Del Rosario How do people see you at work? I’ve been thinking about the relationship of your vocational work to spiritual conversations, especially as I reflect on collaborative events ...
Clearing Up Cosmos: Fact and Fiction in Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Landmark Series

Clearing Up Cosmos: Fact and Fiction in Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Landmark Series

By Terrell Clemmons Douglas Ell became an atheist as a youth because of misinformation handed down to him in the name of science. It took him thirty years "to climb out of the atheist hole." ...

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