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Does Suicide Condemn Someone to Hell?

Does Suicide Condemn Someone to Hell?

By Brian Chilton NOTE: We recently received a question related to this topic so we decided to reblog this entry. We believe this is an extremely important issue we need to deal with as a ...
The MAVEN Experience

The MAVEN Experience

By Tim Stratton The primary goal of FreeThinking Ministries is to equip the church to engage the culture. In my opinion, no one is doing that better than Brett Kunkle. Kunkle became well-known ...
How Do I Explain Abortion To My Children?

How Do I Explain Abortion To My Children?

By Michael Sherrard These kinds of questions keep you awake at night. Knowing how and when to talk to your children about sensitive issues isn't an exact science. But we better figure it out ...
Would A World Without Satan Lack Evil?

Would A World Without Satan Lack Evil?

By Rajkumar Richard The question, “Would there be less evil in a world without Satan?” could be relevant, for if the answer to this question is a yes, then we could plausibly ask, “Why did God ...
A Call To An Intellectual Faith

A Call To An Intellectual Faith

By J. Brian Huffling I would venture that if you asked people what is meant by ‘faith,’ they would likely say “believing something in spite of the evidence or in the absence of evidence.” ...
Pastors Get Scared Sharing Their Faith Too!

Pastors Get Scared Sharing Their Faith Too!

By Ryan Leasure We’ve all felt it. The sense of guilt overwhelmed us. The pastor brings his sermon to a close, but before he concludes, he gives the congregation one final exhortation. Go tell ...
How The Discovery Of The Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation Falsified Atheism

How The Discovery Of The Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation Falsified Atheism

By Wintery Knight Prior to certain scientific discoveries, most people thought that the universe had always been here, and no need to ask who or what may have caused it. But today, that’s all ...
Was Jesus’ Death and Resurrection Copied from Krishna?

Was Jesus’ Death and Resurrection Copied from Krishna?

By Mikel Del Rosario Copied From Krishna? What would you say if someone told you the Gospel accounts of Jesus’ death and resurrection were copied from earlier pagan stories? Over 100 years ...
Unfashionable History: The Untold Story Behind The Rise Of Western Civilization

Unfashionable History: The Untold Story Behind The Rise Of Western Civilization

By Terrell Clemmons Unfashionable History A Review of How the West Won: The Neglected Story of the Triumph of Modernity by Rodney Stark Americans are becoming increasingly ignorant of how ...
Is There Meaning To Life?

Is There Meaning To Life?

By Luke Nix  Introduction  An interesting TED Talk came across my Facebook feed a few weeks ago. The talk focused on finding meaning in life. More and more people are discovering that pursuing ...
Securing a Seat in a Secular Society

Securing a Seat in a Secular Society

By Brian Chilton On this episode of the Bellator Christi Podcast, Brian Chilton discusses what needs to be in a person’s message as one shares the gospel to those who know very little about ...
Does The Bible Need Defending?

Does The Bible Need Defending?

By Evan Minton  Sometimes when someone witnesses to an unbeliever by appealing to arguments and evidence that point to the truth of Christianity, some believers will tell the Christian that The ...
The Number One Sign Your Kids Are Just Borrowing Your Faith (and Not Developing Their Own)

The Number One Sign Your Kids Are Just Borrowing Your Faith (and Not Developing Their Own)

By Natasha Crain  The other day something reminded me of the popular 1993 book, “The Celestine Prophecy” (anyone remembers that?). “The Celestine Prophecy” is a fiction book that discusses ...
The Gay Agenda & the Wrong Side of Hate

The Gay Agenda & the Wrong Side of Hate

By Brady Cone Protestors. Death threats. Misleading newspaper articles. In the days leading up to a talk I was doing on campus at North Carolina State University last year, the environment ...
I am Special?

I am Special?

By Michael Sherrard There isn’t any reason to think that I am special, but I do. And we all do. That is of course unless life has beaten us up and cruel people have convinced us otherwise. But ...
You Gotta Be More Specific

You Gotta Be More Specific

By Brent Hardaway A blogger named MarkCC demonstrates a few common misunderstandings regarding Intelligent Design (ID). First, we need to clarify some terms, as there is some jargon given in ...
Why Everyone Believes in Secure Borders and Why America Needs Them

Why Everyone Believes in Secure Borders and Why America Needs Them

If you say you’re for open borders, you’re not.  Not completely. Do you have locks on your doors?  How about on your car?  Got a fence so your kids can play safely?  Do you have passwords on ...
Why the Right to Privacy Argument for Abortion Fails

Why the Right to Privacy Argument for Abortion Fails

By J. Brian Huffling A common argument used by abortion advocates is: “A woman can do what she wants with her body! Since it is her body that is going through the pregnancy, then she should ...
Apologetics Is About Love

Apologetics Is About Love

By Ryan Leasure Apologetics is about love. Wait, what? Apologetics? About love? You mean to tell me that apologetics — making a defense for the Christian faith — isn’t about academic scruples ...
Terrell Clemmons Interviews Nancy Pearcey About The Impact Of Secularism

Terrell Clemmons Interviews Nancy Pearcey About The Impact Of Secularism

By Wintery Knight Salvo magazine is my favorite magazine for the discussion of issues related to the Christian worldview. They focus on the most interesting topics; sex and feminism, ...

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