Christians are often told that they shouldn’t try to legislate morality and that they should keep religious values out of public policy. Sometimes it is phrased, “Christians shouldn’t force their values on others.” Just how true are these sentiments?
Can you be a Christian and hold to any of the following? Jesus's death didn't atone for our sins. Jesus probably didn't rise from the dead. The Bible isn't the inerrant Word of God. Jesus wasn't born of a virgin.... Continue Reading →
"It can often seem that, in the 21st century, we have no need for religion when science has given us so many insights into the mysteries of this universe. Science and religion just do not mix." This couldn't be further... Continue Reading →
Climate change is often viewed as a heated political topic. However, some may be surprised to learn that scientists have been talking about the topic for well over a century! This discussion with Dr. Hugh Ross not only looks at... Continue Reading →
Some of the more popular objections against the soul, consciousness, the mind, and free will come from neuroscience. Studies done on the brain seem to suggest that our thoughts and choices are determined by brain chemistry. This, if true, would... Continue Reading →
Cold-case homicide detective, J. Warner Wallace, joined the show to discuss the nature of evidence, evidence for God, and the difference between belief that God exists and belief in God. I hope you enjoy our conversation! Discussion Topics 0:00 -... Continue Reading →
Jimmy Davis (Associate Pastor at Jericho Road Church), Neal Hardin (nealhardin.com) and I did an impromptu Q&A after filming a 6-week small group study. Topics Discussed: 0:00 Introduction 1:44 Where do you see a need for apologetics in youth ministry?... Continue Reading →
"The definition of grace in Mormonism is different from what the Bible teaches. Mormons are taught that grace is nothing more than God's 'enabling power' to help them keep commandments in order to qualify for exaltation. However, by using the... Continue Reading →