It’s often the case that atheists slip in certain assumed hidden premises into their arguments against the existence of God. Thus, the argument might seem like it has all true premises, but one fails to realize that it heavily relies on the truth of these hidden premises to be successful. In this piece, I try to show that through an argument against the existence of God that was made by an atheist on the internet.
If God exists, why doesn't He make His existence more 'obvious' to us so that more people might believe in Him? This article attempts to tackle what is popularly known as the problem of divine hiddenness.
Christians often struggle to understand fundamental theological concepts that are central to their faith. Here's a book by Andy Walsh that attempts to explain these concepts using pop culture references and scientific truths.
Detailed responses to twenty-two of the most common pro-choice arguments that you might face from your friends and colleagues.
A cryptic short story about an ominously-familiar war of ideas in an ominously-familiar future in an ominously-familiar kingdom with ominously-familiar characters.
Ever heard the question, "If your God exists, why is it that more people don't believe in Him?" Or the claim, "Your belief in God is merely for psychological comfort"? Here is a review of a powerful book by R.C. Sproul that tackles these two issues in detail.