World media are filling their screens and blogs with violence – pictures of explosions and fire on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount; videos clips of Israeli SWAT teams pushing back rioters who are assaulting the police with Molotov gasoline bombs, rocks, fireworks, boulders and clubs. World power diplomats are calling on Israel to exercise maximum restraint, and […]
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This past year because of Covid, many campus ministries have not been able to do any ministry on their campus. We were fortunate to be able to do our outreach and apologetics ministry this Past Fall and this Spring at… Continue reading →
Introduction Anyone who has studied evidential apologetics will see that many apologists have laid a great emphasis on messianic prophecy as one of the keys to demonstrating Jesus is the Jewish Messiah. One thing that is left out of these… Continue reading →
Here is an interview we did with author Kyle Beshears for his book Apatheism: How We Share When They Don’t Care. Enjoy!
Over the years, I have had my share of discussions about the God question with college students which include both atheists and skeptics Any attempt to point to God as an explanation for observable phenomena such as anticipatory, irreducible… Continue reading →
Apologetics is the branch of Christian theology that offers reasons for believing Christianity is true. We see that throughout the Book of Acts that Luke uses words such as reason, persuade, eyewitness, witness, or defense. We also see that on many occasions that… Continue reading →
Here is our weekly apologetics clip on the Problem of Evil. We discuss the emotional, logical and evidential problem of evil. We discuss moral and natural evil as well. We also discuss the issue of free will and the warfare… Continue reading →
Over the past few years, world news has been playing ‘whack-a-mole.’ Burning headlines jump back and forth between subjects such as U.S. riots, U.S. elections, and U.S. border crises. And, as has recently been exposed, major media have spotlighted a deliberate media focus on fear-inspiring coronavirus-related headlines over the past year, in order to boost […]
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I direct two apologetic ministries. One is at The Ohio State University and Columbus State Community College. We tend to use a question of the day which helps us engage students in a gentle and respectful manner. Probably my favorite… Continue reading →
If you are not familiar with Wintery Knight, his blog has a lot of interesting topics such as evidential/classical apologetics, cultural issues, politics, and other topics. He was recently interviewed on the Apologetics 315 podcast. Wintery shares how he uses… Continue reading →