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A Case Study of a Christian Turned Atheist

By Natasha Crain - Comments

In my next post, I’ll be returning to the 65 Questions Every Christian Parent Needs to Learn to Answer series. But I wanted to spend some time today to give you a “case study” that demonstrates the importance of getting serious about spiritually preparing our kids for the world. 113 more words

Discipleship

Alleged Bible Contradictions: 5 Questions to Ask Before You Answer Objections

from Eye on Apologetics

Anyone who takes a minute to google the phrase “Bible contradictions” will find links to a number of lists. These lists contain purported contradictions in the Bible. 1,138 more words

Discipleship

Francis Schaeffer L'Abri 1983 Conference: Names and Issues

Although I don’t agree with him in everything nevertheless I do appreciate the apologist and evangelist Francis Schaeffer.

This is a rare clip of Francis Schaeffer teaching.   77 more words

Christianity

Paul B. Williams' favorite scholar affirms the apostle Paul and 1 Corinthians 15:1-9

Muslims like to cast doubt on the apostle Paul and his writings; and they like to use liberal scholarship. Paul Bilal Williams likes to use James D. 324 more words

Apologetics

Misunderstanding the God of the Gaps

I’ve noticed that many nonbelievers (and even believers) misunderstand what constitutes a “God of the gaps” argument.  They tend to think one is guilty of a God of the gaps argument if they offer God as an explanation for some… 593 more words

Apologetics

Is The Resurrection Real? The Myth Objection

Day two!

“Day two? Day two of what, Rey?” That’s what you get for not reading my blog every single day, reader. No worries. Get caught up… 349 more words

Catholic

Is 'blind luck' all that is stopping the opening of the Book of Revelation's sixth seal?

Former NASA physicist and astronaut Ed Lu and astronauts Tom Jones and Bill Anders released information showing that since 2001, there have been 26 known explosions on earth as a direct result of asteroids. 1,135 more words

Apologetics