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Give Credit Where Credit Is Due

Give Credit Where Credit Is Due

By Alex McElroy I’ve never been much of an artist. I do, however, have great respect for those that possess the skill and patience to create a masterpiece. In fact, I admire anyone that can ...
No, the argument from miracles has not been debunked (Pt. 1)

No, the argument from miracles has not been debunked (Pt. 1)

By Erik Manning Is the argument from miracles full of fallacies? Popular atheist YouTuber 'Rationality Rules' argues that’s the case. Rather than examining miracles on a report-by-report ...
Are Mormon doctrines supported by philosophy, science and history?

Are Mormon doctrines supported by philosophy, science and history?

By Wintery Knight This post presents evidence against Mormonism/LDS in three main areas. The first is in the area of science. The second is in the area of philosophy. And the third is in the ...
Don’t Buy “The Science Guy”

Don’t Buy “The Science Guy”

By Bob Perry Bill Nye, “The Science Guy” used to host an enjoyable and informative TV program for kids. In the last few years, however, Bill Nye has entered into a different realm. Apparently, ...
How Standard Evangelical Books on Biblical Interpretation Are Undermining the Bible

How Standard Evangelical Books on Biblical Interpretation Are Undermining the Bible

By J. Brian Huffling When one thinks about apologetics, he usually thinks about such disciplines as philosophy, history, archaeology, etc. There is one area; however, that is relatively ...
The Problem with Christian Celebrity

The Problem with Christian Celebrity

By Robby Hall The backlash against Lauren Daigle for her comments on homosexuality sparked debate amongst Christians who both defend and critique her. John Crist, a Christian comedian, ...
Blinded by Science?

Blinded by Science?

By Terrell Clemmons Don't Be; That's Just the New Atheists Masking Their Faith Choice In the November 2006 cover story of Wired magazine, Gary Wolf thoughtfully gave ear to some of atheism's ...
7 Independent Lines of Evidence for God’s Existence

7 Independent Lines of Evidence for God’s Existence

By Luke Nix Introduction- Why Is God's Existence So Important? One of the most heated debates in any setting is the existence of God. If God exists, then He is the foundation for objective ...
Should You Raise Your Kids in a Christian Bubble?

Should You Raise Your Kids in a Christian Bubble?

By Natasha Crain If you read my “About Me” page, you’ll see that my mission as a mom is to raise my kids in a home where faith means more than going to church on Sunday.  Indeed, that is the ...
Can We Know Anything about the Historical Jesus? Yes, and It’s Much More than You Think!

Can We Know Anything about the Historical Jesus? Yes, and It’s Much More than You Think!

By Brian Chilton In 2000, I made the difficult decision to step away from my faith. I entered into what I call theistic-leaning agnosticism, one step removed from pantheism. I believed that ...
Are the Gospels “hopelessly contradictory”?

Are the Gospels “hopelessly contradictory”?

By Erik Manning Critics of Christianity love to compile long lists of alleged contradictions in the gospels to shake the faith of unsuspecting church-goers. One of the more famous of these ...
“The Ring of Truth”

“The Ring of Truth”

By Tim Stratton What religion or worldview possesses the “Ring of Truth?” It is definitely not Islam or atheism! To be sure, this is not a deductive argument like the Kalam, Freethinking, or ...
Young People are Leaving the Church… Is Apologetics the Answer?

Young People are Leaving the Church… Is Apologetics the Answer?

By Jeremy Linn Over the past few months, I’ve been promoting an Apologetics conference which will equip young people to understand and defend the Christian worldview. As I've talked to local ...
John the Baptist in Josephus

John the Baptist in Josephus

By Ryan Leasure Several reasons exist for why we should trust the Gospels. Their eye-witness testimony, familiarity with the Palestinian world, embarrassing nature, early dating, and ...
Did God Command Genocide in the Old Testament?

Did God Command Genocide in the Old Testament?

By Ryan Leasure Richard Dawkins’ famous quote just about sums up how skeptics view the God of the Old Testament. He retorts: The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant ...
Bible study: Esther as an example of bravery and God’s providence

Bible study: Esther as an example of bravery and God’s providence

By Wintery Knight I’ve been listening to this FREE two-volume series on the book of Esther featuring pastor Alistair Begg. A whole bunch of interesting things stuck out to me, so I’ll write ...
Apologetic Methods and A Case for Classical Apologetics

Apologetic Methods and A Case for Classical Apologetics

By J. Brian Huffling In 2004 I began to pursue an MA in Christian Apologetics at Southern Evangelical Seminary. I didn’t really know much about the topic, I just really wanted to know how to ...
Three Signs of the Church’s Spiritual Disorientation

Three Signs of the Church’s Spiritual Disorientation

By Bob Perry It is a scary thing to be disoriented. At best, it means you’re headed in the wrong direction. But if you’re flying airplanes, it means you have no reference to the ground. You ...
Is Apologetics “Anti-Faith”?

Is Apologetics “Anti-Faith”?

By Robby Hall Often, I see other Christians objecting to the use of apologetics altogether.  They will usually say that faith doesn't require evidence, or it's not faith. But is that the ...
Every Christian Should Begin to Master the Moral Argument Today

Every Christian Should Begin to Master the Moral Argument Today

By Erik Manning There’s a dizzying array of arguments for the existence of God. For a newbie looking to get into apologetics, it can be intimidating trying to figure out where to start. You ...

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