Jeremy Linn lists 33 reasons why apologetics is necessary. Apologetics is the theological category of providing a rational defense of the faith, but it has many other benefits aside from … Continue reading 33 Reasons Why We Need Apologetics
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?
Dr. Steven W. Smith is the pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church in Little Rock, Arkansas. He was previously a professor at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of … Continue reading Ep 7 Dr. Steven W. Smith: Recapturing the Voice of God
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.
Are Josephus’ passages on Jesus credible, or were they added later by Christians?
Dr. Ray Bohlin explains five major problems facing evolutionary theory today. Many biologists have grossly overstated confidence in the evidence. A closer look reveals a total lack of evidence in … Continue reading The Five Crises in Evolutionary Theory
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Dr. Travis Dickinson, professor of apologetics and philosophy at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, explores Martin Luther’s famous statement on “scripture and plain reason”
The earliest Christians believed and taught the Resurrection.
Last week I wrote about some interesting findings from the State of Theology research produced by Ligonier and LifeWay. Today I want to take another look at that survey, with … Continue reading What Do Americans Believe About the Trinity?
Misty Callahan over at A Clear lens writes a great historical piece. Did you know so many of the accusations and objections against Christianity today are the same as they were … Continue reading The First Apologists and Why They Still Matter
“Philosophy-free” theology is self-defeating.