Christians around the world are claiming that angels speak to them (video example at the end of this article). Those claims raise several questions: Are these claims real? If real, how can we know that these encounters are really with angels? Are these angels good or … Continue reading When Angels Speak (Part 1)
In the last part of our series about Evangelistic Apologetics we looked at this question – If so, how is the battle going for you? We are asking and answering seven basic questions about our involvement in God’s purpose for His Church: Why has God placed … Continue reading Evangelistic Apologetics – The Church Under Attack (Part 31)
What would move a strong atheist to become a strong theist? In my case the answer was evidence for theism, specifically for Christian theism. We recently began looking at evidence for the reliability of the New Testament writings. It’s important to remember that the New … Continue reading Convince Me There’s A God: The New Testament Part 9
Many years ago we wrote a series titled Can I Trust The Bible? and published the 30-part series in six eBooks. You’ll find them listed at the top of our Free Apologetics eBooks webpage. Our conclusion to the question, Can I Trust The Bible?, is … Continue reading Can I Trust My Bible Translation? (Part 1)
Last Call for Liberty: How America’s Genius for Freedom Has Become Its Greatest Threat by Os Guinness (IVP Books, 2018) is an important read for anyone who cares about freedom.
Many churches still have a tradition of giving people a Bible when they become Christians. How about also giving them a copy of A Layman’s Guide to False Preachers and Teachers? You didn’t know there was such a guide? There is and you can get your … Continue reading A Layman’s Guide To False Preachers and Teachers – Part 1
Some people believe that the Apostle Paul “hijacked” Christianity and turned it into something God never intended. How Paul, a mere human being, could have done that to God’s plan is not explained very well, but they still believe it. Some say Paul was a … Continue reading What Paul Knew and When He Knew It – Part 2