In the origins debate, no shortage of ink has been spilled on the subject of the applicability of the Bible to science, and vice-versa. While most in this debate are well-meaning, I believe many sadly miss the mark. By failing to recognize the crucial distinction...
While we’d all like to think we are prone to rational discourse, we nevertheless can be deceived into thinking that just because someone is smart, they are a careful thinker. As the example of Jesus, Paul, and parents everywhere shows—this is not necessarily the case.
In the wake of yet another “celebrity” deconstruction story, the reactions are beginning to pour in from many across the Christian spectrum. I’ve refrained from posting anything substantive regarding the other celebrity deconstructions in recent memory, but I want to say something now.
Do miracles happen? One of the primary reasons people take issue with religious thought is that it almost necessarily involves a concept of the miraculous—an offensive idea to one living in the 21st century West. We’ve got it all figured out, right?
It’s quite common for the atheistic community that hangs out online to claim that atheism is merely the psychological lack of a belief in God or any gods. However, a recent Facebook conversation sparked discussion around how philosophers define it, which seems to decisively answer the question.
We’re just off the heels of another Easter season, which should be a favorite time of year for all Christians. I know it is one of mine! We not only get to celebrate our Savior’s Passion for us, but we are presented with new opportunities to present it in the public arena.
Many make the mistaking of thinking marriage is more of a constitutional union. In other words, one is married insofar as they have a piece of paper that declares it to be so. This isn’t necessarily wrong, but it is not the full picture.
Much time, money, and effort is given to the process of discovering the accurate reading and understanding of biblical texts. With the availability of God’s Word in unprecedented abundance, a question is raised in the minds of many Christians today—is it important to study the original languages of the Bible?
Part of the problem when sharing your faith with biblical skeptics is that, more often than not, they have little training in biblical theology, which often results in their having a bad theology. But Christians can be guilty of this, too! Here’s the nature of the problem, and some steps toward overcoming it.
This week, I’m excited to release this special edition of the podcast, which features an interview between myself and a friend of mine, Aaron Simpkins, on the True Strength Life podcast. We had a fabulous discussion about the evidence for the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.