For the purpose of this article I am defining neo-Darwinism as: the theory that life and its complexity arose by natural causes, specifically, natural selection of random mutations. Accidental causes … Continue reading 4 Reasons I Don’t Believe Neo-Darwinism
As you’ve probably heard, Billy Graham passed away on Wednesday, January 21, 2018. With news articles galore circling the globe about his legacy, there’s one aspect I would like to … Continue reading Billy Graham and My Grandfather’s Legacy
Welcome to Part 4 of this blog series on eschatology. So far we have had an introductory post and have dealt with the topics of the rapture and the millennium. … Continue reading What Do You Need to Know About Hell?
The purpose of apologetics is to win a person, not an argument.
I was recently asked to do a book review for the latest edition of Evidence That Demands a Verdict: Life-Changing Truth For a Skeptical World. I was more than willing … Continue reading Evidence That Demands A Verdict: Book Review
In Part 1 we surveyed the issues surrounding eschatology. Part 2 focused on the timing of the rapture. Now in Part 3 we will turn our attention to the millennium. … Continue reading What is the Millennium?
I’m currently refreshing myself on the modern design versus evolution debate. In so doing, I keep coming back to what Douglas Axe refers to as a design intuition. More or … Continue reading Do Humans Have a Design Intuition?
In Part 1 of this series, we discussed the major issues surrounding end-time events. In Part 2 we will focus our attention on the rapture. As mentioned in Part 1, … Continue reading When Will The Rapture Take Place?
While talking with non-believers about the beginning of the universe and what caused the universe to begin, they will sometimes say something along the lines of, “Science doesn’t tell us … Continue reading Is Science the Only Way to Know Something?
In the Greek language, the word eschatos means “last.” Hence the theological field known as “eschatology” refers to the study of last things, or the study of the end of … Continue reading Eschatological Confusion