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How do I explain abortion to my children?

How do I explain abortion to my children?

By Michael C. 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 ...
Who Wrote the Gospels?

Who Wrote the Gospels?

One often hears the claim, made frequently by skeptical scholars and laypeople alike, that we have no grounds on which to think the four canonical gospels were actually written by the people to ...
Did Messianic prophecy inspire the Christmas story?

Did Messianic prophecy inspire the Christmas story?

By Tim McGrew One of the favorite targets of destructive biblical criticism is the narrative of Jesus’ birth in the first two chapters of Matthew. One distinctive feature of Matthew’s account ...
A Logical Christmas Message

A Logical Christmas Message

By Tim Stratton John 1:1-14 states “In the beginning was the Word (Logos), and the Word was with God and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God. All things were made through him, ...
Jesus’ Birth: How undesigned coincidences give evidence for the truth of the Gospel accounts

Jesus’ Birth: How undesigned coincidences give evidence for the truth of the Gospel accounts

By J.W. Wartick There are many charges raised against the historicity of the birth narratives of Jesus Christ. These run the gamut from objections based upon alleged contradictions to ...
5 Apologetics Questions Every Christian Should Learn How to Answer: Christmas Edition

5 Apologetics Questions Every Christian Should Learn How to Answer: Christmas Edition

By Alisa Childers In a previous post, I offered quick answers to 5 apologetics questions that I think every Christian should be familiar with. With many misconceptions and misunderstandings ...
The Case for the Pre-Existence of Christ: The Birthday that was Not the Beginning

The Case for the Pre-Existence of Christ: The Birthday that was Not the Beginning

By Brian Chilton Recently, we celebrated my wife’s birthday. As we reach a certain age, we remember the date, but the year begins to become foggy (intentionally, of course). When one celebrates ...
Incoherent Questions

Incoherent Questions

By Tim Stratton It has been said that there is no such thing as a stupid question. Consider the following: How much does the color purple weigh? Can God create something that is not ...
The Cross and the Falsification of Islam

The Cross and the Falsification of Islam

By Samuel Inbaraja Sura 4:156-159 states: “Allah set a seal upon them owing to their unbelief, so they shall not believe except a few. And for their unbelief and for their having uttered ...
Essential DNA Required for Life

Essential DNA Required for Life

By Philip Carlson If one believes in evolution, it is important to know what is required for life. Not just what environmental conditions are needed, but also what biochemical ...
Jesus, The Bible, The Quran, and The Law of Non-Contradiction

Jesus, The Bible, The Quran, and The Law of Non-Contradiction

By Derrick Stokes In the Quran, the Gospel, or Injil, is considered to be from God and is incorruptible. The Bible says scripture is God-breathed. Yet, they contrast on what they say about ...
My Favorite Bible Verse

My Favorite Bible Verse

By Tim Stratton Many times I am asked the question: “Tim, what is your favorite Bible verse?” This is a hard question for me to answer because there are many verses contending for this top ...
Convince Me There’s A God: Fine-Tuning

Convince Me There’s A God: Fine-Tuning

By Mark McGee I was comfortable as an atheist. I could do anything I wanted to do (or could get away with) and laugh at the masses of people stuck in the merry-go-round of belief in a “higher ...
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 ...
Faith: ‘wishful thinking’?

Faith: ‘wishful thinking’?

By Steve Wilkinson I often hear people talk about faith as if it is ‘wishful thinking’. This is especially true in the ‘science vs. religion’ debates. “I have my reason…. you have your faith…” ...
Yes, You Do Have Time to Learn Apologetics

Yes, You Do Have Time to Learn Apologetics

By Melissa Cain Travis Whenever I was in graduate school studying for my M.A. in Science and Religion, I was often the recipient of wide-eyed stares and exclamations of, “How on earth do you ...
5 Common Objections to the Moral Argument

5 Common Objections to the Moral Argument

By Paul Rezkalla The Moral Argument for the existence of God has been graced with a long tradition of defense from theistic (and atheistic!) philosophers and thinkers throughout the history of ...
On the Historical Accuracy of the Book of Acts

On the Historical Accuracy of the Book of Acts

By Tim McGrew Here are some of the details that Luke gets right in Acts that cannot be derived from Josephus. Most of these can be found in Colin Hemer’s magisterial work, The Book of Acts in ...
What it Takes to Raise a Christian Child in a Country Ruled by Moral Confusion

What it Takes to Raise a Christian Child in a Country Ruled by Moral Confusion

By Natasha Crain Oh, this election. How it’s brought out the worst in everyone, including the two people running for office. As crazy as the last few months leading up to the election have ...
Does It Matter Whether God Exists?

Does It Matter Whether God Exists?

By Eric Chabot After talking to hundreds of college students for several years about spiritual beliefs, one thing that comes up from time to time is whether the existence of God is even ...

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