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Category Archive: Apologetics, Discipleship, Social Issues

Do Intelligent People Tend to Not Believe in God?

A recent article in Christianity Today entitled “Why Intelligent People Are Less Likely to Be Religious” does a great job of quantifying that headline so the reader walks away with a...

The $20,000 Question: Did Jesus Rise?

The $20,000.00 question is, and always will be, “Did Jesus die and come back to life?” To your right, you see a screenshot of Bishop John Shelby Spong. He’s an Episcopal bishop...

Too Good to be True

For Someone Who’s Got a Lot of Baggage in Their Life, Salvation isn’t an Easy Pill to Swallow However attractive it is, even after accepting the Truth of God’s Grace, there’s...

Half Truths and Loaded Questions | Part I – Why Doesn’t God Do Something?

I) Intro – If You Ask the Wrong Questions… If you ask the wrong questions, you inevitably arrive at the wrong conclusions and the accuracy of your answers is in direct proportion to the...

The Accuracy of Scripture | Part II – The New Testament

I) Introduction We looked at prophecies that were fulfilled to the letter, the scientifically accurate observations being made by inspired individuals that were way ahead of their time and also the...

The God Delusion vs The God Conclusion | Part Two – What About Prayer?

Dawkins 1 | God 0 Richard Dawkins, in his continued attempt to mock the legitimacy of the Christian faith, references something he refers to as “The Great Prayer Experiment.” He...

The God Delusion vs The God Conclusion | Part One – FIT

There are three kinds of “data.” “Facts” “Facts” are accurate statements. Think of them as headlines. For example: Headline #1: Jesus Rises From the Grave Headline...

Why You Want to be Spiritually Ripped!

What’s the difference between the unsaved version of you and the saved version of you? Beyond the fact that you’re going to Heaven and you have the option of dropping to your knees and...

Ten Questions for Atheists

Here’s my thought: You remove God from the equation and the questions that are otherwise answered according to a biblically based dynamic are now responded to with horrendous probability...

Maundy Thursday | Part II

I) Intro “The Last Supper” is one of the world’s most famous paintings. Leonardo da Vinci was commissioned by Lodovico Sforza, the Duke of Milan in 1495 to create, what is now...