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Christian Apologist & Philosopher

Questions of the Mind Applied to the Kalam Argument

I recently saw a person in an online philosophy discussion pose the question “Can we prove that logic applies to reality?” Such are questions that give philosophers a bad name amongst non-philosophers who view topics like this as worse than the flat earth … Continue reading

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Ancient Bible Critic Reinforces Biblical Truth

One of the strongest supports for Christianity can come, surprisingly, in a backhanded way from its critics. One such is the ancient philosopher Celsus, who wrote a book against Christians in c.175. This work has been lost, but is largely … Continue reading

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What About the Resurrection Body?

The Bible tells us that we will be resurrected. 1 Corinthians 15 mentions 11 times that our bodies will be raised, which naturally raises the question of what the body will be like. Scripture reveals some things to us, and … Continue reading

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Does God Know His Own Future Decisions?

This is another in a series of questions, criticisms, and attacks posed by skeptics. Question: How can God know His future decisions? If God is all-knowing, how can He make any decisions at all, or choose one thing over another? … Continue reading

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Brought to you by Ratio Christi DEFENDING THE FAITH IN TURBULENT TIMES  A Conference for Christian Apologetics This event is designed to help prepare you to make a defense for the Word in turbulent times. How can we reconcile Christianity … Continue reading

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The Book of Daniel

The Biblical book if Daniel is particularly attacked by skeptics and critics, both inside and outside the church. The attacks are due to the very detailed prophesies found in the book, telling precise things about four major world kingdoms. Liberals … Continue reading

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Science and Faith: Who Wins?

Scientists who happen to also be atheists tell us that we must not consider God into the research, for if we do we will kill science. They tell us that by definition, science deals with natural causes and that if … Continue reading

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