What does an asteroid strike have to do with the ancient cities Sodom and Gomorrah? Check out the implications of recent archaeological research!
Alister E. McGrath in his book, "Mere Apologetics: How to Help Seekers & Skeptics Find Faith" wrote, "Reality is emblazoned with signs pointing to the greater reality of God. We need to connect the dots and see the overall picture." ...
Guest post by Amanda Fischer It’s the beginning of another semester at my university, and this past week I sat in my required “history of life” science class listening to a description of what science is and isn’t. Or, said...
On today's episode Nate, Gene, and Logan laugh their way through a brand new skit called "Church-Fil-A". They discuss the anniversary of 9/11 and its continued significance. Nate also welcomes Dr. Douglas Axe of Biologic Institute on to discuss...
The evidence available to us today supports the historicity of Genesis. Del Tackett, the host of this feature, quite simply says that “Many things are pointing in one direction” regarding the veracity of the Biblical account. This project effectively...
Christianity is not true because a benevolent God would not design vicious parasites. There are varying examples that people use, but this argument is a common one.  Christians point to numerous examples of fine-tuning as evidence for intelligent design.  The...
Cancer is destroying the things that are working; the design is more clearly viewed through the lens of the broken.
A conversation on the mind and the brain.
"This is an excellent tactic; one that must be developed through reflection and practice."
The first step in any debate must be defining the terms. It’s paramount to the success of carrying the message. To draw from a recent example, I wrote a post once expressing my view of atheism from the classic...

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Are There Forgeries in the New Testament? (1 and 2 Peter)

Responding to the claim that 1 and 2 Peter are forgeries because Peter was an illiterate fisherman.