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Abraham & Human Sacrifice? Answering Rachel Held Evans, Part 2

By Jean E. Jones Did Rachel Held Evans miss cultural facts about the binding of Isaac and human sacrifice? As I read Rachel Held Evans’s blog, “I would fail Abraham’s test (and I bet you would too),” I was reminded of Dorothy Sayers’s mystery novel, Strong Poison. In it, Harriet Vane stands accused…

Aren’t All Religions the Same?

By Claudia Kalmikov During a recent discussion with a good friend of mine, the subject came up regarding parents waiting for their kids to grow up to decide for themselves what religion fits them best. This is a matter that I, as a parent of grown children, passionately oppose. Here’s…

Feminist Criticism of the Bible and What We Need to Know

By Dianna Newman Hi, my name is Dianna Newman. I’m a graduate of Southern Evangelical Seminary, having earned my MA degrees in Apologetics and Philosophy. The title of my session at this year’s National Conference on Christian Apologetics is "Feminist Criticism of the Bible and What We Need to Know". I’m very…

Is God Justified in Allowing Evil?

By Lisa Quintana Many Christians leave the faith due to a lack of understanding of the problem of evil. To prevent this from happening, we need to be reflective on whether or not God is justified in permitting evil. I am just finishing up a summer session at Biola University…

A Picture of Redemption! Man and Woman, Partners Teaching All

By Melissa Cain Travis Today, a brief detour before I complete my examination of 1 Timothy 2. This will function as additional foundation for that penultimate installment in my series on gender roles in the church.  This past weekend, my husband and I hosted some dear friends of ours for dinner, friends…

Something from Nothing?

By Cathryn Buse The universe exists; therefore, its existence must be explained in some way. We have to answer the question, “Why is there something rather than nothing?” How did we come to be here? For many years the response was that we have just always been here and always…

Imago Dei and the Ethics of Gene Modification

By Anjeanette "AJ" Roberts To boldly go where no one has gone before . . . or not? That is the question when considering whether we should dabble in genetic engineering. I have been a Trekkie since the early ’70s when I watched Star Trek alone in my parents’ bedroom—since…

Apologetics Strategies: The Myth of a Bulletproof Argument

By Krista Bontrager Imagine if there was one argument for the truth of Christianity so convincing that everyone who heard it immediately embraced the gospel. Imagine evidence so persuasive that all you had to do was share it with your unsaved friend, and she’d instantly leave her unbelief behind. Imagine…
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