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blog post5 Modern Questions About the Old Testament
The Old Testament is criticized as a backwards document written by a people as harsh and primitive as their concept of God. But is that really the cas...
blog postCan We See the World As It Really Is?
One of the first and most common problems we encounter in the study of philosophy is the concern that we may not be able to see or know the world as i...
blog postHow Divorce Affected My Faith
Divorce hurts. If you know someone who is divorced, you know someone who is hurting. Pray for them. Extend sympathy to them. Give them space and priva...
blog postNew Course Available!
We're excited to announce the availability of our latest free course, A Historical Defense for the Resurrection! Check out the introduction from Aaron...
blog postDon't Be An Elmer Fudd Philosopher
Growing up, I watched Loony Tunes, a cartoon show that made me laugh, every Saturday morning. My favorite cartoons were the ones that pitted Bugs Bunn...
blog postThree Reasons Why Secular Humanism Fails
The search for meaning and morality without God is not new. Describing such efforts as secular humanism, however, is. Many modern thinkers, in an effo...
blog postThree Reasons You Should Be an Ethical Objectivist and Not a Moral Skeptic
Ethical Objectivism (EO) is a system of ethics that states that moral values and duties exist as objective features of reality. Another way to say thi...
blog postWhat I Learned from Ravi Zacharias
It came as a complete shock when I learned the news about the world-famous apologist Ravi Zacharias and the scandal that shattered his legacy after he...
blog postWhy Doesn't the Bible Address Modern Atheism?
The Bible and Practical Atheism “The fool says in his heart,” declares the psalmist, “there is no God” (Ps 14:1). While the Bible doesn’t have the mod...
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