I have been reading the book The Anatomy of Deconversion: Keys to a Lifelong Faith In a Culture Abanddoing Christianity by John Marriot. In the book, he makes the following comments about the relationship between apologetics, faith, and certainty. He… Continue reading →
How do we make sense of the Torah’s polygamy regulations in light of the
Bible’s overall condemnation of this practice?
Since 2005, I have been doing full time outreach and apologetics on The Ohio State University and Columbus State Community College here in Columbus, Ohio. Between both of these campuses, there is close to 100,000 students. We are the only… Continue reading →
One topic I discuss on my book on whether Jesus is the Jewish Messiah is the following: Should Christians try to share the message of the Jesus the Messiah with their Jewish neighbors? This has always been a thorny topic.… Continue reading →
Changed into His Likeness: A Biblical Theology of Personal Transformation by J. Gary Millar IVP Academic. 288.pgs. Do you ever ask yourself the following questions: “If the Gospel is true and I have come into a relationship with God, why do… Continue reading →
In this weekly clip, we discuss the attributes of God. How well do we know God? Not just experientially, but do we know God in all his attributes? Tozer once said ““What comes into our minds when we think about… Continue reading →
“Wives, submit to your own husbands, as to the Lord” (Ephesians 5:22). If
you just read that verse out loud, then you might hear a faint,
high-pitched noise. That sound is every feminist worldwide shrieking about
how Christianity oppresses women. But is this instruction in Ephesians
really oppressive toward women?
Introduction Was Jesus an apologist? As we read through the Gospels it could not be more evident that we see Jesus utilize a variety of methodologies to communicate spiritual truths. Since there was no New Testament canon at that time,… Continue reading →
In this weekly clip, we discuss a topic called Conformed to His Likeness: A Look at a Theology of Personal Transformation. Do you ever ask yourself the following questions: “If the Gospel is true and I have come into a… Continue reading →
When it comes to apologetics, Acts 17 has always been one of my favorite parts of the Bible. I have used it in the attempt to motivate others to learn about apologetics which is the rational defense of the Christian faith. The… Continue reading →