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The Imago Dei

By Sarah Renee Professor Douglas Groothuis of Denver Seminary wrote, “Given the Christian hypothesis that humans are ‘deposed royalty’ – both image bearers of God and fallen from grace – this desire for and limited sense of the transcendent must be viewed as marred by sin. The desire to transcend…

Should Women Be Apologists? They Already Are!

By Ted Wright In the past couple of decades or so there has been a renaissance of apologetics at the college and seminary level. There was a time when undergraduate and graduate degrees in Christian apologetics did not exist. Now there are a number of great schools and universities that…

The Principle of Fulfillability

By Sarah Renee Currently, the most well-known syllogism on the argument from desire for God’s existence is the one officially formulated by Dr. Peter Kreeft. Below I examine it, critique it, and propose that it be adjusted before it continues to be used as an argument for God’s existence moving…

Trust Your Instruments

By Claudia Kalmikov Trust Your Instruments At our church, my husband and I co-teach an apologetics class with our missions pastor, Kevin. Recently, the discussion evolved from the subject of how some people think with their emotions rather than what we know to be true, to how we sometimes feel…

Are We Studying the Bible?

By Cathyrn Buse Are We Studying the Bible? Chapter 5 of Teaching Others to Defend Christianity, explores the evidence that affirms the validity of the New Testament Scriptures giving us confidence that the Scriptures are true. (for your copy, go here). As believers though, we not only believe that they are…

From “Trousered Apes” to God’s Image Bearers

By Dr. Anjeanette "AJ" Roberts From “Trousered Apes” to God’s Image Bearers We’d be appalled if someone referred to us as “trousered apes,” a colorful quip coined by C. S. Lewis in The Abolition of Man. Yet this is not far from the unflattering picture evolution paints of humanity. Does…
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