I recently watched the video below and thought it was a fascinating take on the current state of thought among young people. Telling the truth is hard for many people, but is college making it even harder?
I heard an interesting story yesterday while I was waiting for a friend in the hospital. Sonny is from China and he has lived in the Atlanta area for the past three years. About a year ago his father was dying from colon cancer in China. Before leaving for China to be with his father, […]
Christian apologetics is the logical defense of the Christian faith and Why Christian Faith Still Makes Sense by C. Stephen Evans is one of the best apologetics books I’ve read. In the first half of the book, Evans focuses on explaining the proper role of natural theology. Natural theology seeks to answer the question, “What […]
The deeper you go into the academic study of the Bible the more you will be exposed to problems, or difficulties, or challenges. Sometimes these problems lead people to leave the field of biblical studies or even abandon their faith. (For an example, see Bart Ehrman’s book Misquoting Jesus.) I admit that the challenges have […]
There are many challenging questions to the Bible and the Christian faith. And I don’t have all the answers. But here are five things that I think are both fundamentally right about the Christian faith and of great benefit to human society. The forgiveness of sins – We carry guilt and remorse and we need […]
I’ve written one post entitled Reasons to Trust the Four Gospels but I’ve just come across an excellent youtube video giving more reasons to trust the Gospels. In this 53-minute lecture, Dr. Peter Williams gives an overview of new (and old) reasons to trust the Gospels with a particular focus on the use of names […]
The Christian faith is centered on Jesus. But not just any Jesus, the Jesus of the four Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Christians believe the four Gospels are the earliest and most accurate accounts of Jesus’ life. But what reasons do we have for trusting the four Gospels? Before we begin, here’s a word […]