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Phelim McAleer & Ann McElhinney: Journalists Worthy of the Name

Phelim McAleer & Ann McElhinney: Journalists Worthy of the Name

By Terrell Clemmons Phelim McAleer was in Pennsylvania in early 2013 doing a series of screenings of his film FrackNation. As he often did when travelling, he checked the local paper for ...
Book Review: God’s Crime Scene for Kids

Book Review: God’s Crime Scene for Kids

By Luke Nix Introduction Several years ago, cold-case homicide detective J. Warner Wallace wrote the book "God's Crime Scene" where he details his investigation, as an atheist, into the ...
How To Become a Self-Taught Apologist

How To Become a Self-Taught Apologist

By Evan Minton  You've just been introduced to Christian Apologetics and have discovered that there are many good arguments and evidence that demonstrate that Christianity is true. However, ...
If it Feels Right it must Be Right… Right?

If it Feels Right it must Be Right… Right?

By Jeremy Linn How could something that feels so right be called immoral? That is basically the question Imagine Dragons singer Dan Reynolds proposed on a recent interview on the Ellen Show. ...
A Quick History Lesson

A Quick History Lesson

By Nick Peters Objection: The Bible is a compendium of fireside tales and fables recounted orally for generations by goat herders and primitive tribes from the stone age until writing was ...
Is missionary work full of “cultural imperialism and insane arrogance?”

Is missionary work full of “cultural imperialism and insane arrogance?”

By Erik Manning John Allen Chau’s death has sparked questions about the morality of Christian missions. Is missionary work full of “cultural imperialism and insane arrogance?” Unless you’ve ...
Why You, Yes You, Need to Defend What Is True

Why You, Yes You, Need to Defend What Is True

By Michael Sherrard  What is going on? Can you imagine if you fell into a coma and woke up in 2015?  Or if you had a Delorean and traveled from 1985 to 2015? So there’s no hoverboards, but ...
Is Isaiah 7:14 a Messianic Prophecy?

Is Isaiah 7:14 a Messianic Prophecy?

By Brian Chilton More and more scholars are becoming skeptical of Messianic prophecy in the Hebrew Bible—that is, the Old Testament. Michael Rydelniknotes that “Although evangelical scholarship ...
Were Jesus’ Temptations Real If He Couldn’t Sin?

Were Jesus’ Temptations Real If He Couldn’t Sin?

By Ryan Leasure Historic Christianity affirms that Jesus Christ, though fully human, is also fully divine. He is the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end (Rev. 22:13) — the eternal ...
Is Apologetics A Discipline? A Conversation with Robert Bowman

Is Apologetics A Discipline? A Conversation with Robert Bowman

By J. Brian Huffling  A few months ago I wrote a post titled “Why Christian Apologetics Is Not A Discipline.” Dr. Robert Bowman has graciously responded with a blog post titled “Is Apologetics ...
The Top Ten Ways to Advance the Gospel at Holiday Dinners

The Top Ten Ways to Advance the Gospel at Holiday Dinners

Dreading those awkward family dinners this Christmas season? Unsure about how to tactfully bring up the real reason for Christmas? Here are the Top Ten ways to advance the Gospel at Holiday ...
60 Christmas Gift Ideas for Christian Kids and Adults

60 Christmas Gift Ideas for Christian Kids and Adults

By Natasha Crain  I’ve recently had a lot of people asking for recommendations for Christmas gift ideas, for both kids and adults, so I’ve put together this detailed list of my top picks! They ...
J. Warner Wallace: Different Answers to The Question “Why Are You a Christian?”

J. Warner Wallace: Different Answers to The Question “Why Are You a Christian?”

By Wintery Knight I sometimes think about the horrible experiences I had encountering “normal” Christians in American churches after having become a Christian on my own through reading the New ...
My Conversation About Morality with an Atheist Millennial Man

My Conversation About Morality with an Atheist Millennial Man

By Wintery Knight I spent some time talking to an atheist millennial recently. He considers himself a moral person, and he is very helpful to others. I asked him to define morality, and ...
Apologetics for Children

Apologetics for Children

By Mikel Del Rosario How can we help our children understand evidence for the Christian faith? When people ask me about apologetics for children, I think back to the time when my son was in ...
Whirled Views

Whirled Views

By Terrell Clemmons A Framework for Mapping Reality & Engaging Ideological Confusion. "Science is more than a body of knowledge. It's a way of thinking," said Carl Sagan in the last ...
Is Genesis History?

Is Genesis History?

By Luke Nix Introduction A couple of years ago the documentary "Is Genesis History?" was released. This documentary aims to defend the truth of the Christian worldview by defending the ...
The Christian’s Response to Cultural Change

The Christian’s Response to Cultural Change

By V. T. Clark Daniel was a young man when his world changed. The world Daniel knew and grew up in changed to a world contrary to his culture and his faith. Christians today find themselves ...
Do You Know What’s True And Can You Handle It?

Do You Know What’s True And Can You Handle It?

By Alex McElroy IS IT TRUE, O Christ in Heaven, That the highest suffer most? That the strongest wander furthest, And more helplessly are lost? That the mark of rank in nature Is ...
Reading The Bible Among Other Things

Reading The Bible Among Other Things

By Evan Minton  So you’ve just gone to the bookstore and got a stack of books you really want to dive into. However, you are also a dedicated Christian who wants to nourish yourself on God’s ...

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