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Did the Apostles Really Die as Martyrs?

Did the Apostles Really Die as Martyrs?

By Mikel Del Rosario Evidence That Demands a Verdict Growing up, I had a lot of questions about the faith. So I went looking for answers. One of the first apologetics books I discovered ...
Where the Evidence Led Me

Where the Evidence Led Me

By Terrell Clemmons A Review of Heretic: One Scientist's Journey from Darwin to Design, by Matti Leisola & Jonathan As a student beginning his scientific studies in 1966, Finnish ...
A Deeper Understanding Of Christ’s Love Through Suffering

A Deeper Understanding Of Christ’s Love Through Suffering

By Luke Nix Introduction How can you helplessly watch as a child dies from agonizing cancer? Doesn't the love you feel tell you that that suffering is evil and a God who is all loving and ...
Emotional Doubt and How to Combat It

Emotional Doubt and How to Combat It

By Brian Chilton In a recent class at Liberty University, it was noted how 80% of a person’s doubts do not stem from intellectual problems with Christianity, but rather from emotional doubt. ...
Colossians 2:8 Does Not Condemn Philosophy

Colossians 2:8 Does Not Condemn Philosophy

By Evan Minton  Some well-meaning but very misinformed Christians discourage the study of philosophy on the basis of a verse in Colossians chapter 2. In Colossians 2:8, the apostle Paul ...
What I Learned About Faith While Thinking I Had Cancer This Week

What I Learned About Faith While Thinking I Had Cancer This Week

By Natasha Crain A few days ago I felt a rather large, firm lump on my body. My first reaction was, “What on Earth is that?”… followed closely by, “Oh my gosh. This could be it.” Honestly, ...
“How Would You Respond to This?”

“How Would You Respond to This?”

By Timothy Fox Once people discover that you’re a Christian thinker, they often start coming to you with all of the objections they hear: “The Bible is hopelessly corrupt.” “Jesus never ...
Why the pulpit must be political

Why the pulpit must be political

By Michael Sherrard  With all that is going on in the world, my church doesn't need to be entertained. They need to be trained. We are not in a time of peace. While we creatively plan the stage ...
Dealing with the “Who Created God” Objection

Dealing with the “Who Created God” Objection

By J. Brian Huffling It never fails. Offer an argument for God’s existence and almost invariably you will hear, “Well, who created God?” With some arguments, this may be a legitimate objection. ...
Does Modern Science Disprove Miracles?

Does Modern Science Disprove Miracles?

By Ryan Leasure Back in less civilized times, people believed lightning storms meant the gods were upset with them. An eclipse indicated God was about to bring judgment. Lack of rain meant the ...
Daddy, Can I Kill It?

Daddy, Can I Kill It?

If your back was turned when your child asked, “Daddy (or Mommy), can I kill it?”  What would be your first question? What is it? A spider?  Sure.  Your baby sister?  No. Many of the ...
Did Jesus Appeal To Evidence When Reaching Out To Skeptics?

Did Jesus Appeal To Evidence When Reaching Out To Skeptics?

By Wintery Knight Investigation in progress. From Eric Chabot of Ratio Christi – Ohio State University. He lists eight ways that Jesus makes his case. Here’s one of the ways: Jesus ...
Respectfully Engaging with Muslims

Respectfully Engaging with Muslims

By Mikel Del Rosario Engaging with Muslims Respectful engagement takes courage and compassion Let’s talk about respectfully engaging with Muslims. Being an ambassador for Christ means more ...
Book Review: Always Be Ready – A Call To Adventurous Faith

Book Review: Always Be Ready – A Call To Adventurous Faith

By Luke Nix Introduction Astrophysicist Dr. Hugh Ross is a well-known voice in the scientific and evangelical Christian communities for his scientific defenses of the Christian worldview. ...
Theologies that John Chapter One Combats

Theologies that John Chapter One Combats

By Brian Chilton The Gospel of John has been one of my favorite Gospels since I first started studying the Bible. The Gospel of John is theologically rich as well as historically accurate. One ...
Do Extraordinary Claims Require Extraordinary Evidence?

Do Extraordinary Claims Require Extraordinary Evidence?

By Evan Minton  Sometimes, in conversations with atheists, they try to say that “Extraordinary Claims Require Extraordinary Evidence” Are they right? One problem with this statement is that ...
Committed Christians Are Now a Minority and Kids Need to Know It

Committed Christians Are Now a Minority and Kids Need to Know It

By Natasha Crain I grew up in a smallish town in Arizona (about 25,000 people at the time). Almost everyone I knew fit into one of four buckets: 1) committed Christians, 2) nominal Christians, ...
Captain America & the Moral Argument

Captain America & the Moral Argument

By Joel Furches The Marvel Movie franchise is arguably the most epic enterprise in movie history. The series has a number of stand-out characters; however, two stand out more than the others. ...
Christianity is not a sitting religion

Christianity is not a sitting religion

By Michael Sherrard  Will you go? Will you do more than just learn? Will you act upon your desire to persuade others that Jesus is the messiah? You need to wrestle with this. You need to decide ...
When Is It Time To Leave Gentleness And Respect Behind?

When Is It Time To Leave Gentleness And Respect Behind?

By Michael Sherrard I am sickened by Planned Parenthood. They are exploiting women for profit all in the name of equality and empowerment. Selling the body parts of aborted fetus’ should ...

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