Category Archives: Apologetics

What is Man?

  Three thousand years ago, an ancient sage gazed at the world and asked the most important question anyone could ask about our corporate humanity: When I consider Your heavens, the work of Your fingers, The moon and the stars, which You have ordained; What is man that You take thought of him…? (Ps. 8:3–4) Indeed. What is man? What

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Was it immoral to sacrifice animals, as was practiced in the Old Testament? Sean McDowell offers some historical and theological context to address these questions fairly and thoughtfully.       Sean McDowell, Ph.D. is a professor of Christian Apologetics at Biola University, the National Spokesman for Summit Ministries, a best-selling author, popular speaker, and part-time high school teacher. Follow

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The Strength Of The Cumulative Case For God’s Existence

This video, excerpted from J. Warner Wallace’s presentation of the evidence for God (from his book, God’s Crime Scene), summarizes the strength of the cumulative case for God’s existence. J. Warner describes the nature of cumulative cases and the role diversity plays in establishing the strength of an inference. For a robust review of the collective case for God’s existence

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Mocking False Ideas

If you don’t take a false idea seriously, you’re more likely to succumb to it. It’s easier to mock a false idea in the company of like minded people than to take the time to examine the idea carefully. This is a mistake. We, as Christians, have nothing to fear. The truth is on our side. Avoiding false ideas altogether

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Four Reasons Why We Believe Christianity Is True

The reason we believe Christianity is true is because the answers to four questions is yes.       Frank Turek is President of, He presents powerful and entertaining evidence for Christianity at churches, high schools and at secular college campuses that often begin hostile to his message. He has also debated several prominent atheists including Christopher Hitchens and

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