Apologetics Resource: Top Ten YouTube Apologetic Channels

There has been a dramatic increase in YouTube Channels dedicated to Apologetics. It is popularly said that YouTube is the 2nd most used search engine after Google (although there is some nuance to that given that YouTube is owned by Google and when you search on Google it provides YouTube videos in its results). Nevertheless, it is undeniable the use that YouTube is receiving and … Continue reading Apologetics Resource: Top Ten YouTube Apologetic Channels

Book Notice: Why I Trust the Bible

William D. Mounce, who is well known for his work on the language of the New Testament such as Basics of Biblical Greek Grammar and Greek for the Rest of Us: The Essentials of Biblical Greek, has written a fine work of apologetics titled Why Should I Trust the Bible?: Answers to the Real Questions and Doubt People Have about the Bible. I will be … Continue reading Book Notice: Why I Trust the Bible

Video: “Is It Possible to Know God?”

William Lane Craig’s Reasonable Faith ministry has produced their newest animated video, the final one in Dr. Craig’s On Guard series!This film was created as a simple, accessible tool for communicating the Gospel with others and inviting them into a relationship with Jesus. Check out my post for a host of other animated videos on apologetics and other similar issues at Animated Apologetics Continue reading Video: “Is It Possible to Know God?”

“Throwback Thursday”: InterFaith Dialogue: Salvation in Christianity and Islam

This Throwback Thursday is of my Interfaith Dialogue I had at UTD on the nature of salvation in Christianity and Islam: I had the privilege of participating in an InterFaith Dialogue at the University of Texas at Dallas on Thursday night November 14. The local university chapter of Reasonable Faith UTD and the Muslim Student Association of UTD organized the event and had a great … Continue reading “Throwback Thursday”: InterFaith Dialogue: Salvation in Christianity and Islam

Apologetics Resource: STR U

Stand to Reason, the apologetics organization led by Greg Koukl, has created “an online training program designed to produce a particular kind of person: an effective ambassador for Christ. Using short, interactive, and engaging courses, STR U equips Christians to make an even-handed, yet gracious defense for Christianity and Christian values in the public square.” Stand to Reason has been producing apologetics resources for the church … Continue reading Apologetics Resource: STR U

Apologetics Resource: What Would You Say?

Since September 2019, the Colson Center for Christian Worldview has been producing a series of 5 minute videos under the title: “What Would You Say?” Ranging from topics such as abortion, the Bible, apologetics, culture, family, economics, and theology, these videos provide “Quick answers to hard questions about gender, race, identity, equality, justice, and more. In a world where “truth” seems to change every five … Continue reading Apologetics Resource: What Would You Say?

Biblical Archaeology: – BREAKING – Newly Discovered Dead Sea Scroll Fragments

Archaeologists have recently discovered new fragments for the Dead Sea Scrolls. The New York Times reports: “Israeli researchers unveiled on Tuesday dozens of newly discovered Dead Sea Scroll fragments containing biblical texts dating back nearly 2,000 years, adding to the body of artifacts that have shed light on the history of Judaism, early Christian life and ancient humankind.” It has been 60 or so years … Continue reading Biblical Archaeology: – BREAKING – Newly Discovered Dead Sea Scroll Fragments

“Woke” or “Broke” Theology: The Contemporary Challenge of Critical Race Theory for the Church

Introduction I was introduced to Critical Theory in a graduate class on Literary Criticism through the writing of Antonio Gramsci, an Italian Marxist intellectual whose main legacy was his departure from orthodox Marxism. Traditional or Orthodox Marxism divides society into two economic groups: the bourgeoisie (the capitalist class who own most of society’s wealth and means of production) and the proletariat (workers or working-class people). … Continue reading “Woke” or “Broke” Theology: The Contemporary Challenge of Critical Race Theory for the Church

Apologetic Resource: Undesigned Coincidences Videos

Timothy and Lydia McGrew have undoubtedly championed the apologetic of “undesigned coincidences.” An undesigned coincidence is “a notable connection between two or more accounts or texts that don’t seem to have been planned by the person or people giving the accounts. Despite their apparent independence, the items fit together like pieces of a puzzle.” The result of finding these coincidences is discovering that the texts … Continue reading Apologetic Resource: Undesigned Coincidences Videos