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The Gender Roles Dilemma

by Laurie Stewart With transgenderism issues increasing in our culture, topics relating to gender and gender roles are hotly debated. While it may be interesting to tune in to popular conversations on the subject, even in church, I seek to sift out the lies, deception and man-made (even church-made) tradition, to…

Why Do You Believe That? A Faith Conversation

by Mary Jo Sharp Though I’d like to start this week by saying that I’ve completely changed how I engage with people in listening, I cannot. The truth is that I’m not the best listener. I tend to break in while other people are talking. I often take what a…

Can You be a Pro-Choice Christian?

By Melissa Cain Travis Allow me to begin by saying that this is not a post about politics, although, it certainly does have major implications for political platforms. We have public figures at all levels of our government claiming to be both Christian and pro-choice. I came across an article…

How Do We Know the Bible is True?

By Kathryn Camp “Our daughter knows that the Bible is the Word of God, but she asks who wrote it, when, and how do we know it is the truth?” These are very important questions. You and your daughter are not alone in asking these things. In brief, the Bible…

3 Key Things Skeptics Say to Shame Your Kids

by Natasha Crain I haven’t blogged in the last couple of weeks because my family and I were on vacation. We went on a wonderful trip to the island of Grand Cayman! I successfully managed to avoid email while I was there, but that made for quite a backlog by…

Have Christians Become too Naturalized?

By Lisa Quintana Many Christians are confined to what they can only see within time or space. This mindset (even if unconscious) limits our ability to understand how the Holy Spirit works. Since we live in a scientific age, everything we think we know is based on observable facts. This is what is…

Discrepancies in the Gospel Accounts of Mark and Luke

By Lydia McGrew Dr. McGrew talks about the discrepancies in the gospel accounts between Mark's and Luke's location of the feeding of the five thousand. A friend asked me the other day to repeat my opinion, which he'd heard me give at one time, about an alleged discrepancy between Mark's…

The Greatest Conflict Between Science and Faith: Philosophy

By Dr. Anjeanette "AJ" Roberts Philosophy Matters: the greatest conflict between science and faith in our culture today persists because of an ignorance of philosophy, says Dr. Anjeanette "AJ" Roberts, in this recent blog post: I’ve been thinking a lot about the failure to philosophize over the past couple of years. As…

What kinds of apologetics resources to share with non-believers?

By Krista Bontrager 1. Provide a resource that is written by someone with a PhD in the academic discipline being discussed. Educational qualifications are often important to experts. They generally want to hear from peers in their field. If the person you’re trying to reach is a professional philosopher, they…

Chaos in our country – the lack of absolute truth

By Kathryn Camp  Chaos In Our Land   …we hope for light, and behold, darkness, and for brightness, but we walk in gloom. We grope for the wall like the blind; we grope like those who have no eyes; we stumble at noon as in the twilight, among those in full…
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