Here is a fascinating interview with Rod Dreher, author of Live Not by Lies: A Manual for Christian Dissidents. The interview took place on Frank Turek’s show Cross Examined.
In the Marx Brothers’ 1935 smash hit “A Night at the Opera,” Fiorello (Chico) and Otis B. Driftwood (Groucho) are in the thick of a business transaction regarding an opera singer’s contract. Fiorello points to a line in the contract and asks “Hey, wait, wait! What does this say here, this thing here?” Driftwood answers, […]
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Jewish philosopher and well know author Mortimer Jerome Adler (December 28, 1902 – June 28, 2001) resisted belief in God even though he was fully convinced of the intellectual soundness of the Christian faith, until his late-life conversion on a… Continue reading →
When it comes to God’s existence, one common approach to this issue is to utilize what is called the inference to the best explanation model which takes into account the best available explanation in our whole range of experience and… Continue reading →
In this clip, we interview Alisa Childers, who is author of Another Gospel?: A Lifelong Christian Seeks Truth in Response to Progressive Christianity. We ask Alisa about her experience with Progressive Christianity and what this movement is about.
The Bible instructs us not to get jealous over others’ success but to
“rejoice with those who rejoice.”
Introduction As of today, for Jewish people who still believe in the coming of the Messiah, one of the central tenants is the Messiah will help rebuild the Temple. In Ezek.37:24-25, God says that “David” will rule His people, a… Continue reading →
When it comes to the Christian faith, one of the most important doctrines is the resurrection of the dead/the resurrection of Jesus. Biblical faith is not simply centered in ethical and religious teachings. Instead, it is founded on the person… Continue reading →
In this clip we interview Dr. Justin Bass, who is author of the book The Historical Bedrock for the Death, Burial and Resurrection of Jesus.
For those that are interested, here is a recent clip from our weekly apologetic meeting at The Ohio State University. We went over the minimal facts argument for the resurrection of Jesus. I mentioned some additional things and spent time… Continue reading →