Presuppositional apologetics, also known as presuppositionalism, has become a popular way to defend the Christian faith. However, it has not been wrought without its criticisms, one of which is that it is circular. So, is presuppositional apologetics circular? The short answer is yes, but it doesn’t have to be. Before we get into the specifics […]Read More Is Presuppositional Apologetics Circular?
Whether you’re a Christian or not, it’s important you know the real facts about Christianity. In this post, I share a few of those facts, and give you an idea of what I think to be the best explanation of those facts. Let’s dig in. Jesus Existed First of all, it needs to be said […]Read More Real Facts About Christianity
Some people think that Christianity is deterministic. That is to say, that Christians don’t actually have free will. Most Christians disagree with this, although some think it’s true. I, however, think both groups of people have equally fallacious reasons for concluding that Christianity is deterministic. When free will deniers argue that Christianity is deterministic, it […]Read More Is Christianity Deterministic?
Why would God allow natural disasters? Whether you’re a Christian or not, I think we’ve all wondered about this question . . . at least once in our lives. Unfortunately, some have concluded that an all-loving and all-powerful God would not allow such things to happen, and therefore cannot exist. But is this conclusion reasonable? […]Read More Why Would God Allow Natural Disasters?
A popular argument for God’s existence is the moral argument. Here Christians have the advantage of grounding objective moral values, such as “good,” in God himself. God is the good; He is the greatest conceivable being. As such, He is all-loving, fair, and just. That is to say, that these moral values really do exist […]Read More Divine Command Theory Explained
Haven’t you heard that extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence? Isn’t that what Christians are constantly being told? Well, I’m here to tell you . . . that’s demonstrably false, and here’s why. The problem is that the word “extraordinary” is subjective. What’s extraordinary for you . . . may not be extraordinary for me, and […]Read More Extraordinary Claims Require Extraordinary Evidence – Debunked
We have often heard that evolution is a fact. As a matter of fact, some claim that it’s not even a theory since we know it to be true. But what do we actually know about evolution to be true? Before we consider the answer to that question, it’s important to understand some other facts […]Read More Evolution Is a Belief
When considering this question, it’s not advisable to do so with an emotional appeal. In order to address this question effectively, we must do so from an intellectual perspective . . . not an emotional one. To ask, “What kind of God would allow evil and suffering in the world?”, is an emotionally loaded question, indeed. […]Read More Why Would God Allow Evil?
If Jesus paid the price for all sins, how is there a sin that He didn’t pay for? How is there a sin that won’t be forgiven? Is this a contradiction? We are introduced to the “unforgivable sin” by Jesus when He says, “And so I tell you, every kind of sin and slander can […]Read More The Unforgivable Sin
There seems to be a grave misimpression among skeptics regarding the meaning of faith. It is true that Christianity is a faith; it is also true that faith is needed for salvation. However, suggesting that Christians blindly believe something to be true without any evidence is grossly mistaken. Faith is simply having confidence or trust […]Read More Verses About Blind Faith