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blog postIf God Possibly Exists, He Does Exist! What?
One of the most criticized and misunderstood arguments for the existence of God is the ontological argument. Many apologists have abandoned the argume...
blog postLeibniz on God Part 2: God is Personal
Kastin Carroll Here we continue Leibniz’s second of four contingency arguments for God. If you missed Part 1, find it here. Argument 2: God is Person...
blog postApologism or Evangeletics? Part 2
C.L. Thomas By challenging competing worldviews, Christian apologetics (CA, hereafter) practices an offensive method of engagement. CA argues that th...
blog postApologism or Evangeletics?
C.L. Thomas Perhaps two of the most daunting practices for disciples to understand and apply are the subjects of Christian Apologetics and Evangelism...
blog postLeibniz on God, Part 1: God Is
Guest Contributor: Kastin Carroll Why would someone smart enough to invent calculus believe in God? And what kind of God would they believe in? Gottfr...
blog postHow “Christian” are the Gnostic Writings?
A popular viewpoint among some scholars is that Christianity included a much wider variety of theological views in the first few centuries of church h...
blog postA Christian Approach to Comfort
Clive Staples Lewis, also known as C. S. Lewis, author of the Chronicles of Narnia, friend of J.R.R. Tolkien of The Lord of the Rings, and foremost Ch...
blog postProblems with the Mythical Jesus Theory
The Christ myth theory, once dismissed as a relic of antiquated scholarship, made a resurgence at the end of the 20th century. Featured in books, maga...
blog postRomans 6 Proves the Burial of Jesus is Historical.
Few passages are discussed more regarding the salvific nature of water baptism than Romans 6:1-5. Paul states, What shall we say then? Are we to conti...
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