Monthly Archives: August 2011

An Open Letter To Young Christian Apologists

Dear Brother or Sister in Christ: This letter is directed toward those in the Christian community that are among the current crop of Christian apologists. Do not lose sight of the fact that your work is desperately needed. Hundreds of … Continue reading

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Can Reason Be The Product of Natural Causes?

In C. S. Lewis’ book Miracles, he approaches the question of how far our reason can go, and what would happen if all that exists is matter and energy. Nowdays we are told by the modern secularist and atheist that we should pay no attention to … Continue reading

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Love Your Neighbor, the Atheist

A great blog post over on Sean McDowell’s blog. You can find it here. We are commanded in scripture to always be ready to give every man an answer (1 Peter 3:15) and to “earnestly contend for the faith” (Jude … Continue reading

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What Price Scholarship?

Christian apologist Michael Licona has published a book on the resurrection. Another apologist and scholar, Norman Geisler, has questioned part of Licona’s work in two open letters. You can find Geisler’s comments here and here. They are suggested reading for … Continue reading

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What Does The Bible Claim About Itself?

What does the Bible claim about itself? Peter claims that they did not make up the stories they told, but gave eyewitness accounts: “We did not follow cleverly invented stories when we told you about the power and coming of … Continue reading

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Atheist-of-the-Gaps theory

A news report quotes an astronomer as saying he has demonstrated evidence that the universe is growing older. Fewer stars are forming, which shows that the universe is gradually running down, as all natural systems do. See the news report … Continue reading

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