“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...
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...
In parts 1 and 2 I gave my reasons for accepting the traditional view of what “Sons of God” means in Genesis 6:2 and 4. In part 1 I put forth the deconstructive side of the argument by showing...
“I’ve tried to believe in God. I want to believe, I really do, but I just can’t. He...just wasn’t there.” The silence of God is a problem for many. It is for me. I’d like to be confident that the...
“Little doubt surrounds the claim that the kingdom of God was central to the message of the historical Jesus. The expression and its equivalents (‘kingdom,’ ‘kingdom of heaven’) occur more than 100 times in the Synoptics alone. The present...
I was in my 20’s when I saw Pulp Fiction for the first time; it was about 5 years after it first released. Samuel L. Jackson had one of the coolest lines in the entire movie. Standing in a...
A brief, collegiate discussion on whether Christians are still obligated to obey Old Testament commandments.
Does the Bible really condone rape in the Old Testament?
In a public response to the announcement of Stephen Hawking’s death, the Archbishop of York, the second highest position of the Church of England, offered these words of condolences: “Very honoured he came to my graduation at Cambridge. Sojourner Truth...
Responding to the claim that 1 and 2 Peter are forgeries because Peter was an illiterate fisherman.

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How to Use Apologetics for Your Own Growth

This post is a "part two" of sorts--a follow-up to my post "Why You Should Use Apologetics for Your Own Growth." A reader asked for...