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So You Left the New Age… Now What? Five Helpful Tips

So You Left the New Age… Now What? Five Helpful Tips

 By Melissa Dougherty We each go through unique difficulties whenever we leave the New Age. Whenever I left the New Age, it was incredibly lonely. I felt like nobody understood what I had just ...
When Hollywood gets God and virtue right

When Hollywood gets God and virtue right

By Frank Turek Imagine if there were a fun way to raise your kid’s interest in God while imparting some of the most important virtues every Christian parent wants their children to learn. There ...
How We Got Our Bible: Manuscript Tradition

How We Got Our Bible: Manuscript Tradition

By Ryan Leasure  This article is part 6 in a nine-part series on how we got our Bible. Part 1 dealt with inspiration and inerrancy. Part 2  looked at Old Testament development. Part 3 ...
Moloch: Bruised but not Defeated

Moloch: Bruised but not Defeated

By Josh Klein For decades our country has been mired by a decision that enshrined the sacrifice of human babies to the god of Moloch (also known as Molech). You might know this practice by its ...
I’m Having Doubts. Is that Okay?

I’m Having Doubts. Is that Okay?

By Levi Dade Is doubting sinful? If you have ever asked this question, you’re not alone. It’s an important question because doubt is part of the human experience. Therefore, Christians should ...
Was God’s Original Creation Perfect?

Was God’s Original Creation Perfect?

by Bob Perry There is, and probably always will be, a debate going on between sincere Christians about the age of the Universe. I think I’ve made my position on that issue very clear. But at the ...
The Need for Apologetics in the Local Church

The Need for Apologetics in the Local Church

By Maggie Hendrick Apologetics, when done with gentleness and respect (1 Peter 3:15), is beneficial in evangelism as we see the Holy Spirit use it time and time again in the Scriptures through ...
4 New Arguments for the Resurrection of Jesus

4 New Arguments for the Resurrection of Jesus

By Brian G. Chilton For nearly ten years, I have been honored to bring you reasons for believing in the resurrection of Jesus. I now find myself at the end of a terminal degree in theological ...
“Being Good” Isn’t Enough For Salvation

“Being Good” Isn’t Enough For Salvation

By Al Serrato The point of Christian apologetics is to “defend” the faith, and the point of the faith is to proclaim the good news of salvation to the world. Salvation, naturally enough, means ...
Why Am I A “Sinner” And Why Do I Need To Be Forgiven?

Why Am I A “Sinner” And Why Do I Need To Be Forgiven?

By Bob Perry Here’s a question I got recently: “It has always bothered me that I am a sinful human. None of my good efforts, leading a good life can deter sin. I was born with sin and I have to ...
Norman L. Geisler: A Student’s Tribute

Norman L. Geisler: A Student’s Tribute

By Brian Huffling  I first heard about Dr. Norman L. Geisler when I was in high school. I bought his When Skeptics Ask. I glossed over it but thought it was beyond me. During my senior year ...
Why Good Friday is the Best News Ever

Why Good Friday is the Best News Ever

By Frank Turek Despite intense personal and political division, we all agree on one thing: something is terribly wrong with this world.  Pain, suffering, injustice, and death affect us all at ...
5 Reasons the Resurrection of Jesus is NOT a Copy of Ancient Pagan Myths

5 Reasons the Resurrection of Jesus is NOT a Copy of Ancient Pagan Myths

By Alisa Childers We are coming up on a time of year when the resurrection of a virgin-born child whose followers called the "Good Shepherd" and "Messiah" is celebrated. He had twelve disciples, ...
D.O.U.B.T.S.: An Evidential Filter For Miracle Claims

D.O.U.B.T.S.: An Evidential Filter For Miracle Claims

By Erik Manning When it comes to miracles, Christians are often accused of special pleading. We’re quick to accept Christian miracle claims, but we suddenly turn into Richard Dawkins when it ...
The religion of the Force (book excerpt)

The religion of the Force (book excerpt)

By Frank Turek and Frank Zachary Turek The Star Wars series comprises eleven wonderful movies (some more wonderful than others) that, by design, are infused with overtly religious ...
The Big Bang and Friends of the World

The Big Bang and Friends of the World

By Luke Nix Introduction "Don’t you know that friendship with the world means enmity against God? Therefore, anyone who chooses to be a friend of the world becomes an enemy of God."- James 4:4 ...
Overcoming Apathy and the Straw Man Argument

Overcoming Apathy and the Straw Man Argument

By Al Serrato As Christians, we are told to always be ready to give an answer for our faith. But for many of us, the opportunity seldom arises. In fact, by and large, it seems we are faced with ...
How We Got Our Bible: New Testament Canonical Reception

How We Got Our Bible: New Testament Canonical Reception

By Ryan Leasure   This article is part 5 in a nine-part series on how we got our Bible. Part 1 considered inspiration and inerrancy. Part 2 looked at the unfolding of the Old Testament. Part ...
Should Christians Pursue Personal Success?

Should Christians Pursue Personal Success?

By Mike Taylor Have you ever found yourself looking at someone else’s life on social media and wondering how they’re able to do all that they do? We see people on Instagram taking vacations, ...
3 Practical Steps to Help Build Your Kids’ Immunity to Anti-Christian Ideas

3 Practical Steps to Help Build Your Kids’ Immunity to Anti-Christian Ideas

By Alisa Childers When my daughter Dyllan was a toddler, I exercised quite regularly at the YMCA. (And by "exercised," I mean that I read a book on the stationary bike and pedaled as slowly as ...

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