Cicero once said, "To know nothing of what happened before you were born, is to forever remain a child." I think one of the sad and unforeseen side-effects of our age of technology is that we often forget about old...
While most people spent their Memorial Day weekend at cookouts and family events, I spent mine celebrating my birthday and reading. Currently, I'm tackling a beast of a book by Stephen C. Meyer called, "Signature in the Cell: DNA and...
Part of what convinced me of the truth of Christianity was the solid foundation of history surrounding it. In fact, our very own A Clear Lens crew has written extensively on the historicity of the Gospel (here, here and...
Out of all the modern Christian apologists, I think I admire Professor John Lennox, a Mathematician at Oxford University, the most. Not just because of his arguments for the existence of God (although they are compelling) but because of his demeanor....
Like many things in life, when it comes to Christian apologetics, there are different schools of thought. The late RC Sproul has explained nuances between what has been termed Presuppositional Apologetics, Evidential Apologetics, and Classical Apologetics (see video below.) In...
About a year or so ago, I was devouring anything I could find online with Tim Keller's name on it. As such, I came across a video on YouTube where he was discussing the difference between a "moral performance...
There was a time in my life where I would say, “I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist”, was *the* apologetic resource for this generation. Much like many of the reviews, I, too, wish I had that...
How does one approach the Christian doctrine of the Triune God? “Trinity” or any word like it doesn’t appear in the Bible, so how can we call such a doctrine “Biblical”? Fred Sanders, in this volume of the New Studies...
In the culture wars, Evangelicals have a tendency to want to split the parties involved in debates about sexuality into two neatly divided camps: the pro-gay hedonists and the anti-gay culture warriors.  Nate Collins confronts the debate in complicated...
Why Michael Horton's book is perfect for those willing to gain a deeper understanding of the Holy Spirit.

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Ep. 112: How to Talk to a Non-Believer About Hell

On this episode: Nate talks about the new Gosnell movie and the power of storytelling (:29) Nate welcomes Gene and Logan (11:33) Nate and Logan play a...