Review of The Case for Christ film

By Sarah Renee I had been looking forward to seeing this movie ever since I first heard it was being made. As a College Professor, I even encouraged my Apologetics students to go see it so we could discuss it afterwards (and quite a few of them did!). I went…

The Desire of the Divine – why the Bible is inspired

By Lisa Quintana The Desire of the Divine – why the Bible is inspired The evidences for the inspiration of the scriptures may be plain for the eye of the believer to behold, but secular society does not grant the Bible its God-given authority. There is constant attack on the…

Trinity, Incarnation, and Atonement

By E.A. Johnston Trinity, Incarnation, and Atonement INTRODUCTION Correlation of divine and human emotion is the focus of The Cry of the Soul: How Our Emotions Reveal Our Deepest Questions About God. Its goal is commendable. Anticipating worship as the outcome, the authors wish to give their readers insight into…

Open Theism, Evangelical Hermeneutics, & Johannine Thought

By E.A. Johnston Open Theism, Evangelical Hermeneutics, & Johannine Thought Beginning his Gospel “magnificently,” John emphasizes Jesus’ eternal preexistence and full divinity.[1] The Evangelist builds no crescendo; he starts at the summit. “The Word was God” (John 1:1).[2] John quickly returns to this staggeringly profound revelation. Jesus, “the one and…

Why Do We Need God Anyway? The Implications of Atheism

By Lori Morrow Why Do We Need God Anyway? The Implications of Atheism “My claim is that if there is no God, then meaning, value and purpose are ultimately human illusions. They’re just in our heads. If atheism is true, then life is really objectively meaningless, valueless, and purposeless, despite…

Are We Living in the Zombie Apocalypse?

By Mama Bear Apologetics Mama Bears, we should be actively looking for every opportunity to teach our kids to connect what they see in pop culture with what they see in the scripture. When we see something like the zombie apocalypse, which has captured the imagination of every producer in…

Christ’s Resurrection: Epistemology, Presupposition, and Evangelical Belief

By E.A. Johnston Christ's Resurrection: Epistemology, Presupposition, and Evangelical Belief From its infancy, the Church clung to the fundamental belief of Christ’s bodily resurrection; in fact, Christianity has been “bound up with” this conviction. Whether liberal or conservative, theologians and church historians admit at least this much. Such unusual accord…

What Can God Do for Me?

By Connie Cook What Can God Do for Me? Yesterday, I brushed past a Q & A with Ravi Zacharias on my way to another YouTube destination, but one of the questions a young lady asked him has stayed with me since then. Essentially, she wanted to know why Ravi…
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