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Should We Be Moral Relativists?

Should We Be Moral Relativists?

By Rajkumar Richard INTRODUCTION This is a short introductory essay to defend objective moral values. In philosophy, the term ‘objective,’ is defined as the existence of an object ...
Why Does God Love Satan?

Why Does God Love Satan?

By Rajkumar Richard The question, “Does God love Satan?” seemingly yields diametrically conflicting answers from conservative Christian theologians. Some assert that God cannot love Satan. In ...
Progressive Christianity is as Much of a Threat to Your Kids’ Faith as Atheism

Progressive Christianity is as Much of a Threat to Your Kids’ Faith as Atheism

By Natasha Crain In our backyard we used to have a beautiful lime tree. One day I noticed that a thorny vine of some kind had started growing around it. It looked enough like the rest of the ...
Who Wrote the Gospel of Mark?

Who Wrote the Gospel of Mark?

By Brian Chilton Last week, we began a series on the authorship of the New Testament documents as we discussed the Gospel of Matthew. This week, we continue our series as we consider the ...
The Price of Denying Free Will

The Price of Denying Free Will

By Timothy Fox Every time I turn around I find someone else denying that humans have free will. From scientists to philosophers to theologians, it’s the cool new trend. We aren’t actually ...
God, Evil and the London Attack

God, Evil and the London Attack

If you’d had the knowledge and power to stop the terrorist attack in London, would you have done so? Of course. In fact, if you could have stopped it but didn’t, we would call you morally ...
Is Religion the Practice of Avoiding Truth?

Is Religion the Practice of Avoiding Truth?

By Luke Nix Introduction A month or so ago, I came across an interesting challenge to Christianity. A skeptic told me that religion was an exercise in avoiding truth- a willful delusion. He ...
Who Wrote the Gospel of Matthew?

Who Wrote the Gospel of Matthew?

By Brian Chilton Over the course of the new few weeks, we will discuss the reasons for accepting the traditional viewpoints for New Testament authorship. We will begin with the Gospel of ...
Was Paul the Founder of Christianity?

Was Paul the Founder of Christianity?

By Brian Chilton Skeptics, such as Gerd Ludemann, charged Paul for being the actual founder of Christianity. Such ideas come from either a belief that Jesus never addressed difficult topics, or ...
The Art of Raising Kids Who Will Not Bow to the Idol of Science

The Art of Raising Kids Who Will Not Bow to the Idol of Science

By Natasha Crain There’s a new hero in town. He’s thought to be all-powerful, always right, and everyone’s best friend. If anyone says something that could possibly be construed as being ...
Did Long Distance Make Paul’s Witness List Unfalsifiable?

Did Long Distance Make Paul’s Witness List Unfalsifiable?

By Evan Minton In chapter 8 of my book Inference To The One True God, in my blog post "The Minimal Facts Case For Jesus' Resurrection PART 1" and in my blog post "A Quick Case For Jesus' ...
God’s Love & the Euthyphro Dilemma

God’s Love & the Euthyphro Dilemma

By Tim Stratton Question Dear Tim,In your article The Omnibenevolence of God you pointed out that on the Islamic view, Allah is quite similar to some Calvinistic views of God. ...
Skeptics Can’t Have It Both Ways

Skeptics Can’t Have It Both Ways

By Brent Hardaway Former L.A. County District Attorney and agnostic Vince Bugliosi believes that the problem of evil is fatal to believing in Christianity. “I’m an agnostic only on the ...
Does Scripture Ground Morality, Hope, and Meaning?

Does Scripture Ground Morality, Hope, and Meaning?

By Luke Nix   Introduction I saw this meme on social media the other day. It states "Scripture abandoned in the culture leads to relative morality, hopelessness, and meaninglessness." ...
The Wisdom Chronicle

The Wisdom Chronicle

The Wisdom Chronicle is designed to bring nuggets of wisdom from the dozens of books I read every year. I endeavor to share the best of what I have gleaned. The determination of relevance lies ...
For All the Moms Overwhelmed by Raising Christian Kids in a Secular World

For All the Moms Overwhelmed by Raising Christian Kids in a Secular World

By Natasha Crain I don’t normally write just to moms—my readers are both moms and dads—but in honor of Mother’s Day this one is specifically for all the moms out there. For the past few ...
Does The Minimal Facts Approach Dishonor God’s Word?

Does The Minimal Facts Approach Dishonor God’s Word?

By Evan Minton The Minimal Facts Approach is an approach to establishing the truth of Jesus' resurrection using two criteria; (1) they must be facts that have a lot of evidence in their favor, ...
How to Become a True Student and a Better Apologist

How to Become a True Student and a Better Apologist

By Michael C. Sherrard This is a bit exaggerated, but I’m not sure that anybody is actually interested in learning anything anymore. We live in a political and religious playground filled with ...
Phobiaphobic

Phobiaphobic

By Tim Stratton It seems commonplace today for entire groups of people to be painted with a broad brushstroke and labeled as being afraid or fearful. The word “phobia” or “phobic” is often ...
Coming This Monday: Grill a Christian! Live Apologetics Q&A

Coming This Monday: Grill a Christian! Live Apologetics Q&A

Tomorrow, Monday May 22nd, at 9:30pm GMT / 4:30pm EST / 3:30pm CST / 1:30pm PST, I am going to be hosting the Apologetics Academy's second LIVE online "Grill a Christian" panel. This is your ...

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