One of the aspects of So The Next Generation Will Know that I was not able to cover with J. Warner Wallace was the chapter on how love trains. We ran out of time this time around, but it was... Continue Reading →
I received a lot of responses after last week's blog, "Is atheism a 'lack of belief' in God?" Most of the responses came from atheists which I expected. I also expected an immediate request for proof of the Christian God which is... Continue Reading →
Last weekend I attended a debate/discussion between Ryan Bell and Sean McDowell. The event was hosted by Justin Brierley from the Unbelievable? radio show and podcast. One of the topics that came up was the idea that we are unable... Continue Reading →
It's back to Twitter to answer another common atheist response. Last time I looked at the atheist objection that Christians can't claim to have the One, True God because there are almost 5,000 gods being worshiped. This time I want... Continue Reading →
Megan uses embryology and philosophy to respond to common pro-choice arguments.
There's a reason we don't see this objection being used with police or in court.
In order to see if a worldview makes sense, you have to critique it from within the same worldview.
There is simply no way of knowing that more evidence would mean more people saved.
Both the atheist and the Christian realize that there has to be something that is eternal.