J. Warner Wallace of Cold Case Christianity discusses his career as a detective, how he became a Christian, and why the Gospels are reliable.
Natasha Crain explains how committed Christians are now a minority and how this should affect the way we teach our children. “Committed Christians Are Now a Minority and Kids Need … Continue reading Committed Christians Are Now a Minority and Kids Need to Know It
Last week I wrote a brief post discussing the seemingly contradictory doctrines of God’s sovereignty and man’s free will. Today I want to flesh that out a little further with … Continue reading More on Sovereignty and Free Will
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
Al Serrato examines the concept of “free-will” and how it plays a roll in understanding why God would create Hell. “Why Did a ‘Good’ God Create Hell?” Al Serrato
Some say that we need no evidence for our faith, otherwise it isn’t faith. But this is a sorely mistaken understanding of the word “faith”. Robby Hall explains: “Is Apologetics … Continue reading Is Apologetics Anti-Faith?
Has science rendered belief in the miraculous naive and childish? Sheri Bell argues as to why this is not the case. “Does Science Disprove Miracles?” Sheri Bell
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
Now that we have looked at several end-time issues, it’s time to wrap up our study of eschatology. Let’s take a second to remember all we’ve discussed and then tie … Continue reading Eschatology: What Have We Learned?