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by J. Steve Lee | Apologetics
On Dec. 2, 2015, a mass shooting by two terrorists killed 14 people in California’s Inland Regional Center. Three years earlier, a gunman forced his way into Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut and shot 20 first graders and six adults. From shootings like these to natural disasters that...
by Natasha Crain | Apologetics
In prior posts, I’ve talked about why parents have to care about apologetics (the reasoned defense of Christianity) and I’ve shared resources for getting started with apologetics. I realize, however, that it can seem pretty ambiguous to have a goal of “learning apologetics.” We need to know the...
by Dan DeWitt | Apologetics
Nearly everyone I’ve known who is active in apologetic work deeply understands the necessity of the Spirit to bring about conversion. I’ve never met an apologist who sincerely believed his arguments could, in and of themselves, change someone’s heart. I have, however, met many who pray fervently...
Apologetics
This post gives a brief overview of five of the most common objections to Christianity that we hear from our Muslim friends. Though I cannot give an exhaustive treatment of these topics, I do want to offer some Bible passages to provide natural access points through which to invite our Muslim...
by Doug Powell | Apologetics
The word “cosmos” is a Greek word that refers to everything that exists—the universe itself and all its constituents. The cosmological argument for the existence of God tries to show that because anything exists there must be a God who brought it into existence. In other words, without a God to...
by Jeffrey Burton Russell | Apologetics
This is a widely held belief, but if it were true there wouldn’t be so many scientists who are Christians. Science and religion are not at odds. The issue is not between science and religion but between two metaphysical worldviews. View “a” is that there is no such thing as the...
by Derwin Gray | Apologetics
While listening to your iPod and sipping a Cinnamon Dolce Latté from Starbucks, have you ever wondered if your pet will be in heaven? I’m pretty sure cats will not be there because they make me sneeze. Just kidding! But seriously, will our pets be in heaven? What about sex and marriage? Will...
by Matt Bennett | Apologetics
For the last seven years, my family and I lived in the Middle East as Christians in the midst of majority Muslim countries. During this time, we ran a business that hosted upwards of twenty “cultural exposure trips” consisting of small groups of Americans who visited us, learned about the...
by Dan DeWitt | Apologetics
Mankind is not morally neutral. When you share the gospel, you don’t speak to someone who is devoid of worldview commitments. You don’t witness in a spiritual vacuum. The Bible makes this abundantly clear. Consider Psalm 10, where the wicked says in verse five, “there is no God,” and later in...
November 3, 2017
Por Paul L. Maier, profesor Russell H. Seibert de Historia Antigua de la Universidad del Oeste de Michigan "¡No, no existió!" aseguran algunos escépticos, pensando que esta declaración es una palanca rápida y...