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Christian Apologetics Articles - Page 3 of 13

The Contingency Argument for God

Argument for God from Contingency

If you have kids or have been around them, you’ll find it familiar to hear them ask all sorts of questions. Sometimes they will ask a chain of questions each of which is based on the answer to the previous question. “Why do the trees sway?” This may be followed by “Why does the wind…

The Argument for God from Reason

the argument for God from reason

Every so often, I’ll hear or see a skeptic claim that religion is the result of non-thinking, a blind leap into the darkness of human ignorance. At the same time, he’ll claim that his view of atheism is the view of science and truth, of reason and rationality. I find such people to be generally…

Did You Know That Koran Validates the Bible and Invalidates Itself?

Koran validates the Bible

One would think that the Koran, like other holy books, would try to carve out its own set of claims and distance itself from claims of other holy books. The strange thing is that the Koran doesn’t do this as people may presume; according to the Koran, the Koran and the Bible are supposedly on…

The Simple Guide to Christian Apologetics

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 likely know at least some of how this is best done to be both Scripturally sound and persuasive. Continue Reading

Prophecies of Jesus – Old Testament Prophets and the Messiah

prophecies of Jesus

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 expected the Messiah to this day. However, those closest to Jesus alleged that they had found him; they embraced the belief that…

Reality and Radical Skepticism

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. Then came the postmodernist, deconstructionist ideologies that aimed to topple the towers of fundamental knowledge and question the…

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