The Desire of the Divine – why the Bible is inspired

The evidences for the inspiration of the scriptures may be plain for the eye of the believer to behold, but secular society does not grant the Bible its God-given authority. There is constant attack on the accuracy of the texts, and plenty of doubt about its inspiration. Secularists like to tell the public that […]

By |April 6th, 2017|blog|0 Comments

How God Changes Watery Tears into Wine

Jesus used a parable of the vine and branches to teach His followers how He is the life-giving vine, and believers are merely attached to this vine for its life-sustaining elements (John 15:5). The vinedresser must inspect the plant to see where pruning needs to be done to get the grapes producing the best […]

By |March 28th, 2017|blog|0 Comments

Apatheism— 3 things you can do to combat the theology of unbelief

Americans who say they are “non-religious” have grown in recent years. About one-in-five people (one-third are under the age of 30) claim to be religiously unaffiliated, according to the Pew Research Center. Some have a name for this new trend: “Apatheism.” This means people are apathetic about if there is a God and how […]

By |January 9th, 2017|blog|1 Comment

If I Debated Sam Harris – a mock debate

Debates can come off mean. I certainly would not want to be in one… unless it was a little more fun! I recently watched a Notre Dame debate held in April of 2011 between Philosopher, Sam Harris (known as one of the New Atheists) and Christian Philosopher, William Lane Craig. Overall, in my opinion, […]

By |January 3rd, 2017|blog|5 Comments

What Should We Then Do? Three Steps to Combating a Different Gospel

by guest blogger, Kimberly Jackson, MA Apologetics, 2017

The apostles preached Jesus crucified, buried and risen on the third day according to the Scriptures. This was a historical fact that happened in time and space. Our faith cannot be divorced from history. However, our modern culture’s interest in diversity and tolerance drives the way the culture […]

By |November 14th, 2016|blog|0 Comments