Is Apologetics Training “Highly Overrated”?

I recently received a comment on one of my blogs from a sincere and deeply committed Christian who stated that she saw some uses for apologetics, but said she thinks it’s “highly overrated.” She based her opinion on the understanding that Christianity is not reasonable to fallen man, since spiritual truths are spiritually discerned, […]

By |February 4th, 2018|blog|8 Comments

Women in Apologetics 2018 Inaugural Conference “Take-Aways”

Why host an apologetics conference featuring only women presenters, one may ask? I have a single answer for that: Creativity. This past weekend, Biola University hosted the first annual Women in Apologetics Conference. Yes, there were excellent female apologists who had fabulous presentations, but what impressed me about this event was the unique approach […]

By |January 22nd, 2018|blog|9 Comments

Odd Verses that Authenticate the Bible

Skeptics have perpetuated the idea that the Bible has been transmitted so many times since its original autographs, that there is no way we can know the exact words penned by the Apostles. However, if this argument were true, then why didn’t those who transmitted the text remove the more embarrassing parts of the […]

By |January 16th, 2018|blog|6 Comments

Does Christianity Oppress Women? How biases influence views

Many women I have encountered over the years perceive the Christian faith as one that oppresses women. Some will not even consider Christianity as a reasonable religion to place their faith in because of this presupposition. Is this a fair assumption? These prejudices do exist, yet I will show that they stem from a […]

By |December 27th, 2017|blog, writings|9 Comments

The War of “The Word” – what about Biblical interpretation?

As a Christian Apologist, I have noticed that our credibility among non-believers lacks when Christians argue over how to interpret the Bible. This is understandable. It is one of the areas in the Body of Christ that is hotly contested, debated, and has caused much division.

The first fifteen-hundred years, the Church was under one […]

By |December 12th, 2017|blog|9 Comments