Video: Evidence for God: Key Arguments for a Reasonable Faith | William Lane Craig

Dr. William Lane Craig summarizes key arguments for God’s existence at the 2014 Unbelievable? Conference in England.  The video provides some graphics making it visually interesting as well as intellectually stimulating.  It is well worth the 45 minutes to watch the presentation and then the 15 minutes of Q&A from the audience.   Craig covers seven… Continue reading Video: Evidence for God: Key Arguments for a Reasonable Faith | William Lane Craig

Science Series: Bill Nye the Pseudo-Science Guy

I had a former student who went to Harvard University several years back who returned an atheist.  I asked what evidence did he find that showed Christianity to be false.  He informed me that in his biology class he was taught that scientists were able to produce life from non-life in laboratory conditions.  That has… Continue reading Science Series: Bill Nye the Pseudo-Science Guy

To Read This Week: Accidential Christians, Tender College Students, and Unanswered Intellectual Questions

“The Limits of Accidental Christianity” by J. Warner Wallace at coldcasechristianity.com. – Jim Wallace explains that happening to believe in Christianity without knowing it true is not the way to go.  We need to be able to give evidence to the truth of Christianity.  It is commanded in 1 Peter 3:15.

Science Series: Science Increasingly Makes the Case for God – the Most Popular Article in Wall Street Journal History

Wall Street Journal’s most popular article in its history is how science is making the case for God, not against.  Eric Metaxas published this on Christmas day 2014 and has received more hits than any other article on line for the WSJ. William Lane Craig did a podcast over the article because of its popularity. … Continue reading Science Series: Science Increasingly Makes the Case for God – the Most Popular Article in Wall Street Journal History

Repost: Christian Parenting Blog “Reasons the Internet May Influence Your Kids’ Faith More Than You”

Natasha Crain posts at her Christian Parenting Blog on how the internet is influencing your children’s faith more than you are. The reasons include: 1. Most kids aren’t well grounded in theology, so they can easily fall prey to really bad internet distortions of what Christianity is about. 2. The internet brings the most challenging parts… Continue reading Repost: Christian Parenting Blog “Reasons the Internet May Influence Your Kids’ Faith More Than You”

To Read This Week: Islam, Middle Knowledge, and Science

1.What is God Really Like: Tawhid or Trinity? Dr. Shabir Ally and Dr. Nabeel Qureshi Debate Looking forward to this debate.  I am currently reading Dr. Qureshi’s book Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus which is an excellent combination of apologetics, biography, and understanding Islam.  Tagged on amazon as “an unexpected journey from Islam to Christianity” this… Continue reading To Read This Week: Islam, Middle Knowledge, and Science

To Read This Week: Easter Week and the Resurrection

Here are some  recommended articles around the internet particularly on the Resurrection given that it is Easter week: “A Look at the Evidence for the Death, Burial, and Resurrection of Jesus” by Eric Chabot at Thinking Apologetics. “Equipped Vol. 1, No. 3 “Evidence for the Resurrection” by Christian Apologetics Alliance.  Whole online journal dedicated to… Continue reading To Read This Week: Easter Week and the Resurrection

Just Ask a Question.

If you are just beginning to learn about Apologetics and the different reasons and arguments for the truth of Christianity, it can be overwhelming at first.  The nuances of the cosmological argument verses the details of the teleological argument can be daunting for a beginner.  But there is a better way to begin . . … Continue reading Just Ask a Question.