The turn of the new year is an important time for many people.  It’s a time where you give up ice cream and start exercising for an average of three and a half days before reverting back to old...
I'm still pretty green when it comes to the world of apologetics. I've only been researching the truth claims of Christianity for about four years. As such, it's always good to get advice and insight from those who have...
I suffer from myopia. This is a condition where my eyes can see objects that are close to me very clearly but objects that are further away are blurry. One of the things that I’ve realized is that I...
Guest post by Mike Williams Is the resurrection of Jesus believable? This is the question I have been asked to answer for a class that I am currently enrolled in. My initial reaction to this questions is an affirmative, no!...
N.P. tackles the issue of how Christians should view aliens and UFOs. Part 1 of a 2 part series.
Who is Joseph of Arimathea? And was he a truly historical figure who helped bury Jesus?
...atheism neglecting a foundation of the world in support of a foundation in the next. Christianity answers the questions atheism skips over; atheism is an incomplete worldview--it's left lacking.
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.
The team tackles the most difficult issues surrounding their faith.
"Culture orients us to the world. It programs our minds to think about the world in a certain way." Dr. Kevin Vanhoozer, Professor of Systematic Theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, stated in his lecture to the C.S. Lewis Fellows. As...

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Another Archaeological Find Shows That The Bible Really Is History

Last year I wrote an article about how archaeological discoveries continue to support the Bible. In it, I quoted George Rawlinson and Albert Nicols...