What are “Christian convictions”? Why should we defend them? And what does it cost us if we don’t?
Learn how to address the claim that “Jesus never claimed to be God.”
Learn how to address one of the most difficult biblical issues: The “genocide” of the Canaanites?
Find out what the Old Testament says about rape and rape victims having to marry their rapists.
Does the Bible condone, or even endorse slavery? Is everything the Bible describes also prescribed to have happened?
In some parts of the world, doctors are killing thier patients. Without a Christian worldview, what’s to stop that from happening in the here?
Why do people go to hell? Is it because they didn’t worship the Christian God, or is it something else?
How should Christians think about and approach Bruce/Caitlyn Jenner and transgender people?
No one is in favor of marriage equality. Find out why!
9 tips to help students be successful as a Christian in college.
Two of the main and clear biblical prohibitions of homosexuality occur in the Old Testament. But this raises the question, “Is the OT law binding on Christians today?”
Could the universe have created itself or is a God necessary for that?
Before we determine if we can kill something, we need to know what “it” is. Is the unborn alive? Is it human? And, is killing wrong?
The New Testament contains the markings of being authentic because it includes numerous details that reflect poorly on those who wrote it and on Jesus. Moreover, the writers were willing to die for their claims, and they were in a position to know if they were true or not.
This week, we look stronger evidence for the Bible. The Bible was written using eyewitness testimony, and that testimony was recorded close to the events it describes.
Should we trust the Bible because it gives us a good feeling when we read it, or because it changes lives? How should we deal with the claim that we can’t trust the Bible because it’s only written by men?
Is there credible evidence for the resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth? What is the most reasonable conclusion to draw and how should we handle alternate theories?
Is there truth in the world or only in us? Is science the only source of truth? What are the consequences of a view where individuals determine what’s true about murder, rape, and more?
What is faith? Is it a way of knowing something? Is it what we do when we don’t know something? Is it a way of acting?
Is the Bible just 2,000 year-old letter? Should Christians stop using the Bible to avoid becoming irrelevant?