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Recently I had the opportunity to interview Detective J. Warner Wallace for episode two of my podcast. In the episode, we talked about detective stories, his conversion from atheism to … Continue reading Apologetics: The Vest That Stops Bullets
Apologetics is an area of study that is of growing interest to Christians in general and particularly young Christians. Don’t waste your time debating internet trolls, the Church needs you. … Continue reading Why the Church Needs Lay Apologists
In this article, Dr. Stephen Presley highlights how the Early Church defended the faith. How can we learn from them in our defense of the Gospel today? “Defending The Faith … Continue reading Defending The Faith Like The Early Church
Today, churches come in all shapes and sizes. There are mega-churches and tiny country churches. There are newly planted churches and well-established churches. There are churches that meet in church … Continue reading Where Did the Church Come From?
The doctrine of the Trinity is perhaps one of the most confusing among Christians. Admittedly, it is easy to misunderstand and misrepresent. But forget defining the Trinity, how would one … Continue reading In Defense of the Trinity
In an article on “street epistemology”, Dr. Travis Dickinson, Professor of Philosophy and Apologetics at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, made the case that faith without an object is no faith … Continue reading Apologetics and the Object of Our Faith
BONUS VIDEOS + MORE: www.patreon.com/helpmebelieve What is the church? Is it more than a building? Is it global, local, or both? In this week’s video, Travis gives a definition of … Continue reading What is the Local Church?
Sheri Bell continues her investigative series in this third installment. In this post she investigates how the early church decided what was considered a biblical text and what was not. … Continue reading An Investigation: Who Decided What to Include in the Bible?
There seems to be a wide misconception surrounding “God’s will for my life,” or “God’s calling for my life”. Unfortunately, a vague teaching of “God’s will” has lead to a … Continue reading How Do I Know God’s Call for My Life?
Four weeks ago we embarked on a journey to study the doctrine of the church. Thank you to all of the readers who have joined us along the way! Today … Continue reading How is the Church Governed and Led?
One of my recent doctoral seminars at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary required me to articulate the Bible’s teachings on certain matters pertaining to the church. The past three weeks, we … Continue reading Church Discipline