The idea that Jesus’ story was taken from previous myths is rather old, and is still just as false today as it was back then.
A collegiate essay investigating the role of the Holy Spirit in the sanctification of Christians.
It is hardly controversial to point out that our common-sense intuitions comport with the view that the external world exists independent of our minds.
A collegiate discussion on the varying interpretations of "yom" in Genesis 1.
Physicist and Professor, Dr. Alexander Vilenkin, discusses his theorem proving the universe had a beginning in the finite past.
Why Michael Horton's book is perfect for those willing to gain a deeper understanding of the Holy Spirit.
A collegiate essay investigating the contextual circumstances surrounding the formation of the New Testament canon.
Dr. Greg Ganssle provides an excellent primer on the philosophical problem of evil.
Carey Bryant briefly sketches out the differing views of Jesus in Christianity and Islam.
Dr. J.P. Moreland explains the Correspondence Theory of Truth.