Three reasons why Christians are reasonable to believe in the afterlife.
"So the argument goes: we cannot conclusively prove that there is not a teapot orbiting the sun somewhere in outer space..."
The Old Testament references to Jesus' Resurrection may be more ambiguous than you realize.
"Ignorance and unbelief are understandable, but distorting one’s own history is a costly bias.” Vishal Mangalwadi warns in his publication, “The Book That Made Your World”. Yet a distortion of our own history is exactly what we’re seeing in many...
Christian apologists should be wise when talking with unbelievers. Here are 8 conversational guidelines to follow from the book of Proverbs.
Edna showed me that relationships ought to be of first priority. When we heartfully and honestly treat people as…well…people, we discover the God who loved us enough to put us first.
“When you say X is the fastest growing religion, all you mean is that X people have babies at the fastest rate. But babies have no religion.” --Richard Dawkins
In his book Cold Case Christianity, J. Warner Wallace writes, “As a skeptic, I believed that the Gospels were penned in the second century and were similarly worthless. If they were written that late, they were not eyewitness accounts.” ...
On today's episode Nate, Gene, and Logan, listen to an ad for a new board game, Life: The Joel Osteen Edition. Logan analyzes "American Gods" in the latest Worldview Segment. Nate chats with Sean McDowell about his doctoral research...
Happy Easter! On today's episode Nate, Gene, and Logan, play a round of "Clickbait Bible" and chat about the worldview of the sci-fi movie "Life" starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Reynolds. Finally, Nate chats with philosopher and theologian Dr. Gary...

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Ep. 117: How to Talk to a Non-Believer About Sin

On this episode: Nate shares 2 thoughts for those waiting to get into ministry (:29) Nate welcomes Logan (10:22) Logan analyzes the culture's reaction to the death...