There is a common caricature of God as “the big man in the sky” who barks down orders for humanity to obey. “Obey or burn!” On this view, God is… Read more God’s Good Commands →
When I was in seminary, I had a crisis of faith. Turns out, my experience isn’t all that uncommon. Diving deep into systematic theology, church history, and other studies tends… Read more 3 Ways Apologetics Has Helped Me →
Sean McDowell quotes Augustine on the subject of science and faith. Science and faith are not at odds, and it is important that Christians understand this for reasons Augustine recognized… Read more Are Science and Faith at Odds? Insights by Augustine →
J. Warner Wallace explains the theories that have been proposed to salvage an eternally-past universe, that is a universe without a beginning. If atheists can somehow salvage a universe without… Read more Is God Real? Is There a Way to Avoid a Universe With a Beginning? →
Everybody’s favorite subject: God’s sovereignty and man’s freewill! Cameron Bertuzzi makes a good case that God’s foreknowledge does not preclude man’s freewill. Does Divine Foreknowledge Preclude Human Freedom?
Dr. Travis Dickinson explains why we should take a deep breath and doubt our doubts when we encounter an objection to Christianity. Most of the time when we doubt our… Read more Doubt Your Doubts →
Can we trust the Gospels? Peter Williams, of Cambridge University, says yes in his newest book. I’ve read this book and it is great, especially for someone new to the… Read more Can We Trust the Gospels? Interview With Author Peter Williams →
Some Christians view reason as the enemy of faith. For this reason (pun intended), they reject philosophy. This philosophy (pun intended, again) is known as Christian anti-intellectualism. As you can hopefully already see, it is self-refuting. Nonetheless, some point to Colossians 2:8 to try and defend this odd philosophy. Only by ripping this verse out of context could you get an interpretation that would defend a self-refuting position. Colossians 2:8 Does Not Condemn Philosophy