C.S. Lewis is believed by many people to be one of the great intellects of the 20th century. He is also viewed as one of the great rhetoricians of that time. How can we determine whether someone is a great intellect or great rhetorician? Let’s … Continue reading Rhetoric and CS Lewis – Part 1
In the first part of our series we looked at a definition of science and arguments from science. If you haven’t read it yet, please look at it here. In the last part of our series we looked at an example of using scientific investigation to … Continue reading Arguments from Science – Part Three
We are continuing to report about HOW atheist street epistemologists do what they do. If this is the first time you’ve read anything in this series, we invite you to read these articles when you have time. You may find the background helpful – Street Epistemology: Basic … Continue reading Street Epistemology: Basic Tactics, Part Six
Prayer: How Praying Together Shapes the Church (Crossway, 2018) by John Onwuchekwa takes a look at prayer from a unique perspective – that of the church praying together.
Was Jesus of Nazareth the Messiah promised to Israel in the Old Testament? Did Jesus fulfill the Messianic prophecies? The New Testament texts confirm that Jesus of Nazareth is the promised Messiah. But, so what? Who cares what the New Testament “confirms” since the New … Continue reading Convince Me There’s A God: The New Testament Part 6
In the last part of our series we looked at a definition of science and arguments from science. If you haven’t read it yet, please do. The definitions and background in part one will help with future articles. (click here to read Part One) In … Continue reading Arguments from Science – Part Two
We should not be surprised that atheists, agnostics, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists and other non-Christians do not believe in the Resurrection of Jesus Christ — but how can Christians say they do not believe Jesus physically rose from the dead? They can’t, right? A poll … Continue reading Christians Believe Jesus Physically Rose From The Dead – Right?