Hope in Jesus Alone

by contributing writer, Apologist Sally Fam
Recently the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) reported on a family physician who is now suspended and arrested for child exploitation. The family physician, who had been practicing for 30 years, was also a professor at the University of Alberta, in the faculty of Medicine. Moreover, he was the president […]

By |October 10th, 2018|blog|0 Comments

Why Doesn’t God Prove His Existence? 5 ‘Seeker-Sensitive’ Tips to Share

I’ve met many people over the years who tell me that if God would just show up personally, in a visible manifestation of Himself, then they’d believe. When I answer that God did show up on Earth in the person of Jesus Christ about two-thousand years ago, they say, “That’s not good enough!” They […]

By |October 3rd, 2018|blog|22 Comments

Sikhism to Seeking Jesus

A personal testimony of Shelley Singh

Although I think Social Media has drawbacks (like reducing real ‘face-time’ and circulating false info), many good things can come from it. Some of those are meeting sincere people who love Christ. One I’ve met is a woman who’s been following my Think Divinely blog named Shelley Singh. Shelley’s […]

By |September 26th, 2018|blog|24 Comments

“Lip Service” Christians: 10-points on How to Recognize the Real Deal

Skeptics often point their fingers at evil done by Christians to validate their belief that there is no God. The Crusades, witch hunts and racism have definitely left their scars on Christianity. It’s easy for skeptics to discard the Christian faith based on these horrific acts, but Dr. Clay Jones, associate professor at Biola […]

By |September 11th, 2018|blog|1 Comment

“Get Rid of Religion!”

The battle cry of critics when Christians go wrong

Anytime a Christian leader, be it the Pope or an Evangelical preacher, commits a sin, it reflects poorly on the whole Body of Christ. We are, after all, in this faith together (1 Cor. 12:27). Believers are part of a bigger picture, a meta-narrative called the […]

By |September 4th, 2018|blog|28 Comments