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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 ...
God & Evil: A Rapid-Fire Response

God & Evil: A Rapid-Fire Response

By Timothy Fox The problem of evil (pain or suffering) is probably the number one argument against the existence of God. While it is definitely not a problem that can be answered quickly and ...
Voltaire’s Prediction, Home, and the Bible Society: Truth or Myth? Further Evidence of Verification

Voltaire’s Prediction, Home, and the Bible Society: Truth or Myth? Further Evidence of Verification

By Daniel Merritt Editor’s Note: Previously, we ran an article that featured Dr. Merritt’s research into the story concerning Voltaire’s prediction that the Bible would not be read in a ...
Yale computer science professor David Gelernter expresses doubts about Darwinism

Yale computer science professor David Gelernter expresses doubts about Darwinism

By Wintery Knight How did life begin? I had to learn about David Gelernter when I was doing my Masters in computer science. We studied his book “Mirror Worlds”. A few weeks ago, I blogged ...
Safeguarding Yours from the Modern Cult of Experts

Safeguarding Yours from the Modern Cult of Experts

By Terrell Clemmons [Although this essay was written at another time, Cross Examined considers its content to be current and relevant to share] Few years ago, Current Biology, a research ...
No, The Argument from Miracles Has Not Been Debunked (Pt. 2)

No, The Argument from Miracles Has Not Been Debunked (Pt. 2)

By Erik Manning Is the argument from miracles hopelessly fallacious? Stephen Woodford, AKA ‘Rationality Rules,’ believes so. In his popular YouTube video 'The Argument From Miracles-Debunked' ...
Responding to NY Times Article Saying the Concept of God is Incoherent

Responding to NY Times Article Saying the Concept of God is Incoherent

By J. Brian Huffling In a NY Times article titled “A God Problem: Perfect. All-powerful. All-knowing. The idea of the deity most Westerners accept is actually not coherent,” Peter Atterton ...
What Every Apologist Needs to Know About 1 Peter 3:15

What Every Apologist Needs to Know About 1 Peter 3:15

By Mikel Del Rosario Rules of Engagement 1 Peter 3 is about Apologetics and Cultural Engagement What should our interactions with people look like as ambassadors of Jesus? Peter talks about ...
What Biblical Books are Included in the Earliest Canonical Lists?

What Biblical Books are Included in the Earliest Canonical Lists?

By Ryan Leasure There are two opposing ways to view the history of the canon. One would be to believe that the church, in its entirety, uniformly accepted all twenty-seven books of the ...
Should Christians Abandon Social Media?

Should Christians Abandon Social Media?

By Luke Nix Introduction With all of the recent news of various social media platforms purposefully hiding and censoring Christian and politically conservative content in the name of ...
There’s No Need To Apologize

There’s No Need To Apologize

By Alex McElroy As an apologist, the most common joke I hear from Christians unfamiliar with Apologetics is, “do you go around apologizing to everyone?” In case you are wondering too, no, I ...
Handling Bible Questions You Can’t Answer

Handling Bible Questions You Can’t Answer

By Natasha Crain During my Bible time with the kids, we turned to a story they hadn’t heard before – the passage from John 9 of Jesus healing the man born blind. “…and then Jesus put mud on ...
We Live In A Beautiful World

We Live In A Beautiful World

By Bob Perry In classical thinking, saying that something is beautiful is not a matter of subjective opinion. It’s a way to identify an objective feature of the world. We don’t construct ...
Ethical Or Expedient? The True Philosophy Behind Abortion

Ethical Or Expedient? The True Philosophy Behind Abortion

By Madelyn Wood An American outcry has erupted recently in response to newly legislated restrictions on abortion in certain states. Outraged, public figures have gone so far as to boycott ...
4 Questions Everyone Investigating the Case for Christianity Should Ask Themselves

4 Questions Everyone Investigating the Case for Christianity Should Ask Themselves

By Evan Minton When it comes to investigating the evidences and arguments for and against worldviews, we need to realize that we human beings are not mere thinking machines; only considering ...

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