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Should Christians Have Blind Faith?

Should Christians Have Blind Faith?

By Levi Dade A few months ago, I sat with a close friend in one of the booths of our university’s coffee shop. My friend, whom I will call Tom, is an atheist. Tom is a genuine truth-seeker, and ...
How We Got Our Bible: New Testament Canonical Grid

How We Got Our Bible: New Testament Canonical Grid

By Ryan Leasure This article is part four in a nine-part series on how we got the Bible. Part 1 looked at biblical inspiration and inerrancy. Part 2 considered the development of the Old ...
What Doctrinal Differences Tell Us

What Doctrinal Differences Tell Us

By Al Serrato Challenges to Christianity don’t always come from the outside, from atheists committed to removing every vestige of religious faith from society. Challenges can also come from ...
Part 2: Overcoming

Part 2: Overcoming

By Jason Jiménez This article is adapted from Jason’s book Abandoned Faith. “Inevitably we carry some amount of parental regrets. Freedom from regret comes when we admit our weaknesses before ...
Doubting Your Faith? Look No Further Than This New Free Resource

Doubting Your Faith? Look No Further Than This New Free Resource

Are you a Christian who is struggling with doubts about your faith? A non-Christian seeker who has sincere questions about the Christian faith? Or have you recently lost your faith and want to ...
What Would It Take To Prove That God Doesn’t Exist?

What Would It Take To Prove That God Doesn’t Exist?

By Al Serrato Atheists who feel certain that there is no God are staking out a rather interesting position. As a corollary of their position, they are of course also convinced that those who ...
Artless Similarities: More Evidence for Gospel Reliability

Artless Similarities: More Evidence for Gospel Reliability

By Erik Manning While reading the gospels, you’ll notice similarities between the characters portrayed across the different stories. Parallels between the gospels concerning character depictions ...
Why God May Place More on Us Than We Can Endure

Why God May Place More on Us Than We Can Endure

By Brian Chilton Have you ever heard the phrase, “God will not place more on you than you can endure.” Another way of phrasing the statement is by saying “God will not place more on you than you ...
How We Got Our Bible: Old Testament Canon and Apocrypha

How We Got Our Bible: Old Testament Canon and Apocrypha

By Ryan Leasure This is part three of a nine-part series on how we got our Bible. Part one addressed the inspiration and inerrancy of Scripture. Part two explained the formation and preservation ...
God and Evil

God and Evil

By Tony Williams Evil, or some derivation of it, is one of the more popular reasons people cite when they walk away from believing in God or choose not to believe in Him in the first place. The ...
3 Reasons Why Jesus Is The Only Way

3 Reasons Why Jesus Is The Only Way

By Tim Stratton Sermon Outline Riddle me this: What’s black and white and RED all over? I remember the first time my dad posed that question to me when I was a young child. Even as a little boy ...
What is the Difference Between Miracles and Magic

What is the Difference Between Miracles and Magic

By Justin Angelos Seven years ago, I was the manager at a Men’s tailored clothing store. Part of my job was, counting the money each morning that was put into the safe the night before. One of ...
The Resurrection Is A Historical Fact

The Resurrection Is A Historical Fact

By Bob Perry Jesus of Nazareth died on a Roman cross, then resurrected from the dead three days later. It’s not just a fairy tale. Christians believe that the Resurrection is a historical fact. ...
Part 1: Unspeakable Pain

Part 1: Unspeakable Pain

By Jason Jimenez This article is adapted from Jason’s book Abandoned Faith. Many millennials have said that although they were raised in a Christian home, Christianity was never at the core of ...
Biblical Judgment in a “Don’t Judge Me” World

Biblical Judgment in a “Don’t Judge Me” World

By Alisa Childers "YOU SHOULDN'T JUDGE." Once upon a couple of years ago, there was a wildly popular book written by a self-professed Christian author. It was released by a Christian publishing ...
Learn To Make a Maximal Case For The Resurrection

Learn To Make a Maximal Case For The Resurrection

By Erik Manning I used to love sharing the minimal facts with unbelievers.  It’s easy to present in a few minutes and sounds rhetorically powerful. When I tell my friends that the facts I’m ...
How Culture Got to the Point Where Saturday Night Live is Promoting Abortion in a Clown Outfit

How Culture Got to the Point Where Saturday Night Live is Promoting Abortion in a Clown Outfit

By Natasha Crain This weekend, Saturday Night Live cast member Cecily Strong played a character called Goober the Clown who had an abortion when she was 23 and now talks to people about how ...
How We Got Our Bible: Old Testament Formation

How We Got Our Bible: Old Testament Formation

By Ryan Leasure This is the second in a series of  nine posts addressing the question of how we got our Bible. Last post dealt with the question of inspiration and inerrancy. This week we turn ...
The Benefits of Active Listening and Moral Apologetics to the Chaplaincy Ministry

The Benefits of Active Listening and Moral Apologetics to the Chaplaincy Ministry

By Brian Chilton For the first article after having been named a Senior Contributor for MoralApologetics.com, it is only appropriate to acknowledge the tremendous benefit that moral apologetics ...
Confronting Homosexuality in a Culture of Identity (Part 4)

Confronting Homosexuality in a Culture of Identity (Part 4)

By Josh Klein Lil Nas X Back to where we started. What if I told you that the issue with Lil Nas X was not his being gay, but with how he perceived the Church’s response to his being gay? He has ...

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