If God created Satan, does evil and sin come from God?

One of my former professors, Dr. Clay Jones, recently released a book titled Why Does God Allow Evil? One of the classes I took from Dr. Jones also went by the same title, and it was arguably the most important class... Continue Reading →

Reader Response: How can God be loving and command killings?

A few weeks back I posted the blog How can God be loving when he commanded killing in the Old Testament? (Video). This video was part of a Q&A filmed up at Hume Lake this past summer. After posting the video,... Continue Reading →

How can God be loving when he commanded killing in the Old Testament? (Video)

If you are interested in me speaking at your church or youth group, click on the Endorsements & Speaking page, look through the speaking topics or suggest your own, and contact me at I am happy to help in any way I... Continue Reading →

Does God send good people to hell?

I had the privilege of writing an article for the newly released Apologetics Study Bible for Students. This bible was released on July 1st, and is a great resource for your students. Here is just one of over 130 answered questions. Does... Continue Reading →

How is an eternal hell an example of a loving God?

Last week I wrote Vengeance: A Lesson From Captain America Civil War. In this post, I talked about how we should stop letting vengeance consume us and instead trust that justice will come. That justice is promised to us by God.... Continue Reading →

Are evil and God incompatible?

Evil exists inside of our universe and appears to be incompatible with an all-loving God. However, the existence of evil is evidence for the existence of God.

Apologetics Resource: Responding to the Problem of Evil

Are you prepared to respond to common objections on the problem of evil?

Why does God allow evil?

Even though God made evil possible by giving us free will, it is humans that made evil actual by choosing to rebel against God.

How will Heaven mitigate our suffering on earth?

Heaven will dwarf our suffering into insignificance.

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