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Giving Reasons for Faith: Four Basic Resources

By Jean E. Jones Four resources for those just getting started in Christian apologetics–giving reasons for faith First Peter 3:15 tells us to always be “prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you.” But when you first start…

Abraham, Isaac & Child Sacrifice

By Jean E Jones This week the women’s Bible study at my church is reading about God asking Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac. This story distresses many Christians because they question how it could possibly be fair or right for God to ask this. Let’s take a look at…

Questions about the Women at the Resurrection

By Jean E. Jones Questions: Why did Mary Magdalene ask where Jesus’ body was when earlier an angel told her Jesus had arisen? Why do the gospel accounts differ as to which women went to the tomb and which saw Jesus alive? Several questions arose in my church’s women’s Bible…

Sins of the Fathers?

By Jean E. Jones Does God punish innocent children to the third and fourth generations for the sins of the fathers? Last week, someone asked several questions about children being punished for their parents’ wrongdoings, including whether events in Jewish history were examples of this and whether he should be concerned…

Did Joshua Cause Leap Years?

By Jean E. Jones This question came up in my summer Bible study on The Story: Did Joshua cause leap years by praying for the sun to stop? Christians naturally want to pass along any information that might influence agnostic friends to trust the Bible. That’s great when the details…

Science vs. Evolution, Part 3

By Cathryn Buse ​The previous two blogs (here and here) have taken just two examples of things that Darwinian evolution cannot explain adequately. If you recall, the important thing to understand is that “evolving” is not just morphing into something more complex, more advanced, and better adapted as evolutionists would…

Science vs. Evolution, Part 2

By Cathryn Buse This article is Part 2 of our scientific analysis of evolution (go here for Part 1 in case you missed it). Though Part 1 focused on reproduction issues, the main concept is the lack of any plausible way to incrementally change from one type to another in…