In the process of engaging skeptics with the evidence for Christian theism, I have met, spoken with, and learned from many wonderful people with whom I disagree with in a … Continue reading “5 Reasons I Admire Atheists” by a Christian
All religions may be false, but they cannot all be true.
Lauren Chen, a.k.a. Roaming Millennial, political commentator and host of Uncensored on CRTV, discusses her journey from being raised nominally Catholic, turning to atheism after reading Richard Dawkins’ “The God … Continue reading Lauren Chen (Roaming Millennial): From Atheism to Christianity
Lauren Chen, a.k.a. Roaming Millennial, joins the show today talking about her Christian faith, her journey from Atheism to Christianity, and how Christians should engage the political/social landscape. Watch “5 … Continue reading Ep 8 Lauren Chen (Roaming Millennial): Faith, Culture, and Politics
Richard Dawkins has often touted that indoctrinating children with religion is not just equal to, but worse than child abuse. Not only is he being vitriolic, he is flat wrong … Continue reading Is Raising Children with Religion Child Abuse?
For a few years now, I have been dedicated to the apologetic endeavor. It began when I was in seminary and I started having doubts. I found myself doubting the … Continue reading The Christian Life as an Apologetic
Sy Garte explains how he went from being a militant atheistic scientist to a Christian.
On this episode, Haden interviews Sy Garte, biologist and former atheist. Sy discusses how he came to be a Christian and the relationship between science and faith.
Sean McDowell models how to speak grace and truth to skeptics.
Christians are often accused of being dogmatic, while atheists are open-minded. Is this really the case? Sean McDowell discusses.
Are there errors in the Bible.? Is the Bible inerrant? J. Warner Wallace responds to Bart Ehrman on textual variants. Support Help Me Believe and get access to “5 More … Continue reading Are There Errors in the Bible?
Everything that exists has an explanation for its existence, either in the necessity of its nature, or in an external cause. If the universe has an explanation of its existence, … Continue reading Leibniz’ Contingency Argument