Some of our skeptical friends tend to apply an odd methodology when claiming “Jesus wasn’t a real historical figure.” Under normal circumstances, you would never deny the existence of a … Continue reading Is History Knowable? Implications for Christianity
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
In doing apologetics — attempting to provide a rational basis for Christian doctrine — one comes across Christian anti-intellectualism from time-to-time. With good intentions, these sort of folks trot out … Continue reading Why I Stopped Trying to ‘Have More Faith’
The object of our faith may not be seen, but the nature of our faith is evidential.
How do you know the Bible is God’s Word? How can the Bible be God’s Word if it was written by men? Over the years, the Bible has faced more … Continue reading “Is the Bible God’s Word?” Patron-Only eBook
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?
This article by Nate Sala explores Bertrand Russell’s analogy of a floating teapot in space, Richard Dawkins’ extension of that analogy, and the burden of proof. Leave your thoughts! Why … Continue reading Why Russell’s Teapot Fails
I am scheduled to preach a sermon at the end of July and I have been studying Exodus chapters three and four in preparation. I love the story of Exodus … Continue reading The God Who Answers Skeptics
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