Do the Gospel writers present events in a way different from how they actually occurred? Some New Testament scholars think so, and Lydia McGrew tells us why they are wrong.
Tara MacArthur clears the various and sundry misunderstandings you might have concerning 'sharia law' in Islam.
Brief reviews of 'The Potter's Freedom' by James White and 'Explaining Evil' edited by W. Paul Franks.
"I’m amazed that so many Christians want the benefits of the kingdom of God, but with the caveat that they themselves will be the King."
Is the Resurrection sufficient to prove that Christianity is true? Andy Stanley thinks so, and I think he is wrong.
Is Genesis reliable? Should we trust the account as it is? Does Genesis even claim to be history? These are questions that sent me on a small journey to uncover the truth, here is what I found.
Hearing of a longtime minister abandoning the faith can be discouraging. We should know how to process such things, so that we will not be shaken when it happens.
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.
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.