I love this article. It articulates well what I have been attempting to say for sometime. The strongest arguments for the existence of God are independent of scientific premises. We … Continue reading Why Philosophical Proofs for God Are Better Than “Scientific” Proofs
My friend, Dr. Travis Dickinson, provides a great explanation as to why being thoughtful and not immediately dismissive or emotional in the face of an objection is virtuous. Our conversations, … Continue reading The Lost Art of Thoughtfulness: Dismissing Ideas Because We Fear Them
I’ve long believed that apologetics will be most effective as a local church endeavor and not just a para-church ministry. Dr. Douglas Groothuis, professor of philosophy at Denver Seminary, gives … Continue reading Apologetics in the Local Church
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
Thomas Aquinas famously gave five arguments for the existence of God in his Summa Theologica. Today I am going to discuss the first two: The argument from motion. The argument … Continue reading Does God Exist? Aquinas’ First Two Ways
Haden discusses Thomas Aquinas’ first two arguments for the existence of God: 1. The Argument from Motion 2. The Argument from Efficient Causality Support our Ministry (Patron-Only eBook Included) Podcast … Continue reading Ep 21 Does God Exist? Aquinas Part 1
Haden discusses faith and reason from a Biblical perspective. Are they enemies? Does Hebrews 11:1 define faith as blind and irrational? Faith is active trust in someone, or something, on … Continue reading Ep 20 Is Faith the Enemy of Reason?
Why does God allow evil? Some evil is the result of human beings’ sinful choices. But what about natural evil? Why would God allow hurricanes and other natural disasters inflict … Continue reading Why Would a Good God Allow Natural Evil?
The object of our faith may not be seen, but the nature of our faith is evidential.
Edward Feser, a Christian Philosopher I admire greatly, writes about how modern materialists subvert themselves and end up with conclusions that they would not have approved at the outset of … Continue reading Materialism Subverts Itself
Sean McDowell interviews J.P. Moreland on his new book “Scientism and Secularism”. The book aims at dismantling the philosophy of scientism. Responding to Scientism and Secularism: Interview with J.P. Moreland … Continue reading Responding to Scientism and Secularism: Interview with J.P. Moreland
Ken from “Reflections by Ken” illuminates the difference between mystery and contradiction. Just because certain doctrines within Christianity (like the nature of Jesus) are mysterious does not necessarily mean they … Continue reading The Difference Between Mystery and Contradiction in Theology