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Job’s Suffering

“Though He slay me, yet will I trust Him. Even so, I will defend my own ways before Him” (Job 13:15, NIV 1984). In the midst of his Job’s suffering, his surprisingly gracious words ring

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The Simple Guide to Christian Apologetics

Christian apologetics - the pursuit of demonstrating the evidence and providing reasons for the truth of the Christian worldview - is commanded in Scripture. Those familiar with Christian apologetics will

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Heaven and Hell

Heaven and hell – what are they? Though various concepts of the afterlife are prevalent throughout different cultures and belief systems, most have a line of demarcation between the destination for

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Prophecies of Jesus – Old Testament Prophets and the Messiah

The Old Testament writings, which were canonized as the inspired word of God, contain many predictions of future events. The central figure of these predictions is the Messiah, the Savior. The Jews have

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Reality and Radical Skepticism

There was a time when notions of the obvious were so simply eloquent that there was no need to meddle with its argumentation. In fact, there was no argumentation needed since the obvious was so, well obvious.

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Why Are There No Extra-Biblical Writings That Confirm Christianity

Why are there no historical testimonies of miracles outside the Bible consistent with the New Testament? How come there are no extra-biblical writings that confirm the New Testament? Why didn’t more

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Is Early Christian Testimony Inadmissible?

One of the criticisms of the Bible that has gained traction in recent decades is the notion that we cannot believe the biblical narratives because they were written entirely by the proponents of the faith

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5 Quick Ways to Lose an Argument

“You are such an intolerant bigot!” said the guy as he raised his head proudly above his computer screen. Far too many people think that they are winning arguments without ever realizing that

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The Devil’s Delusion by David Berlinski Reviewed

It is particularly fulfilling for a Christian – or it should be – to see someone not necessarily in their camp, someone watching from the sidelines to find faults and criticize atheists and

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A Little Bit of Religion is a Good Thing But Don’t Take it Too Seriously?

Every so often I’ll be in conversations with people, and the topic of religion will come up. And though I find the issue to be of great importance and most worthy of discussion, I know better than

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