Apologetics Resource: Apologetics Quick Guide

Announcing: APOLOGETICS QUICKGUIDE UPDATE: Add several videos on the various religions of the world and soon will be adding a survey of New Religious Movements.  Here is the introductory video to the World Religions survey: Along with the series of presentations on the evidence of Christianity (1. Does God Exist? 2. Is the Bible Reliable? 3. Is Jesus God? and 4. Did Jesus Rise from … Continue reading Apologetics Resource: Apologetics Quick Guide

The 2 Worst Atheist Objections

I come across these “objections” repeatedly online, in conversation, in debates, talk shows, and the like.  These are such silly objections against the existence of God that it is ludicrous that an answer has to be brought up. But, since they keep appearing and reappearing, they must be dealt with. 1. “Believing in God is like believing in a flying spaghetti monster” This is a … Continue reading The 2 Worst Atheist Objections

Apologetics Resource: Prove the Bible

As Sean McDowell points out below, Prove the Bible is a site with short videos that offer evidence for the truth of Christianity. Prove the Bible is a storehouse of apologetic videos categorized by topic such as God, Bible, Jesus, and the Gospel along with a miscellaneous grouping that includes worldviews, ethics, creation, hard topics, etc. Prove the Bible is as substantive as it is … Continue reading Apologetics Resource: Prove the Bible

Apologetic Resource: Animated Apologetic Videos

Over the past several years there has been a boom in Christian Apologetic animated videos.  While there are plenty of apologetic videos from debates, podcasts, presentations, etc., here I want to focus on just those videos that are of high animated quality, relatively short (under 10 minutes), and are focused on Christian apologetics. Over at Prove the Bible, the whole website is videos (live and … Continue reading Apologetic Resource: Animated Apologetic Videos

Is Atheism Growing?

“When a Catholic and a Jew  . . .” Sounds like the beginning of a bad joke, but Ben Shapiro (a Jew) and Edward Feser (a Catholic) discuss Feser’s new book Five Proofs of the Existence of God (which by the way is a great read) on Ben Shapiro’s Daily Wire “Sunday Special.” Here is a short clip from the show in which Feser answers the question “Why … Continue reading Is Atheism Growing?

New Video: Suffering and Evil: The Logical Problem and Probability Version

Dr. Craig’s Reasonable Faith has produced two new animated videos along with his pervious videos on the existence of god (Cosmological, Moral, Fine-Tuning, Contingency, and Ontological).  These two videos deal with the problem of evil: both the logical version and probabilistic version. As always, great quality and solid content.  Definitely worth checking out:       Here are some articles and other resources dealing with … Continue reading New Video: Suffering and Evil: The Logical Problem and Probability Version

3 Reasons to Believe in God

In presenting apologetics there are certain points I focus on in order to systematically examine the evidence for the truth of Christianity.  While there are many other areas of interest and concern for the apologist, these areas are essential in determining the veracity of the Christian religion. These main features of Christianity include 1) the existence of God 2) the reliability of the Bible 3) the … Continue reading 3 Reasons to Believe in God

Science Series: Finely Tuned Cosmos

Howard A. Smith, a lecturer in the Harvard University Department of Astronomy and a senior astrophysicist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, penned an opinion piece for the Washington Post this past Thanksgiving break about how we are to be thankful for a not-so-obvious blessing: our place in the universe.  Here is a taste:   As we give thanks for our many obvious blessings, let’s reflect … Continue reading Science Series: Finely Tuned Cosmos

Ontological Argument Video

Reasonable Faith has produced another high quality animated video on the evidence for God’s existence.  This one is on the ontological argument.   This argument dates back to Anselm (1033-1109) in his book Proslogium in which he created an argument for God that included all the superlative attributes: “God is that which no greater can be conceived.”  The Standford Encyclopedia of Philosophy has a section … Continue reading Ontological Argument Video