Christian apologists should be wise when talking with unbelievers. Here are 8 conversational guidelines to follow from the book of Proverbs.
Solomon, the wisest man who ever lived, once said, “What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun” (Ecclesiastes 1:9). Here it is, 2017 and his words...
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...
"Essentially I am asking is there free will after we are raised to live with God for eternity?" - Reed Dolihite     This is a good one, Reed, so thanks for the opportunity to interact! The question -- Will we have free...
"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...
...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.
Three reasons why Christians are reasonable to believe in the afterlife.
On today's episode Nate, Gene, and Logan, welcome Brian Godawa back to the show. Brian has recently published his latest book Tyrant: Rise of the Beast and joined the gang to play a round of Fact or Fib and...
Guest Post by Sheryl Young of Ratio Christi “You will not mention God at any time during this semester.” “You cannot select a biblical viewpoint as the topic of any paper.” “Any attempt to mention the validity of Jesus will be met...
“What answer would you guys give to those who question Matt 24:34 and say, ‘See? They're dead, it's not real!’ I know that even C.S. Lewis struggled with it and while I've been studying this, the best rebuttals I've...

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