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Article | Apologetics, Christianity & Culture

Every Idea Has Consequences

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Do you know someone who thinks legalizing same-sex marriage won’t change anything? Here’s how to help them understand: Buy them a flight to Canada. Why? Since same-sex marriage has been …

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Podcast | Apologetics, Christianity & Culture, Ethics, Miscellaneous, Philosophy, Theology

The Death of Two Babies (April 14, 2015)

Host: Greg Koukl

Commentary: The Death of Two Babies (00:00) Commentary: Listener Mail (01:00) Commentary: Serving at Same-sex Weddings (02:00)

Caller/topic: 1. Is a single person adopting the same …

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BlogPost | Christianity & Culture

How Social Ostracism Could Increase Our Love

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Here are some good words from Trevin Wax:

The ethical dilemmas we are facing would boggle the mind of my great grandparents…. 

It’s not going to get easier.

If in a mere decade, …

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BlogPost | Apologetics, Christianity & Culture, Philosophy

Finding Truth: Twilight of the Gods


Today is our third week discussing Nancy Pearcey’s Finding Truth: 5 Principles for Unmasking Atheism, Secularism, and Other God Substitutes (see links to the previous posts below).  …

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BlogPost | Christianity & Culture

Van Leeuwenhoek – Father of Microbiology

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Antony van Leeuwenhoek was a Dutch Calvinist born in the 17th century who became the father of microbiology. He was a draper by trade and owned his own business in Delft, Holland. He didn’t …

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Article | Apologetics, Student

Dead or Alive?


Does it matter if Jesus really rose from the dead? Can we determine whether or not it happened in history?

If the bones of Jesus were found tomorrow, would you walk away from Christianity? You …

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Article | Apologetics

Less Is More: A Case for the Resurrection


Alan's monthly letter for July 2013

Dear Friend,

Go ahead and skip church this Sunday. No need to give thanks for your next meal. You might as well throw this letter in the trash, too. Christianity …

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Article | Student, Theology

Do Our Prayers Make a Difference?


If God is sovereign over history, why should we pray?

Does it makes sense to pray for things since God has already sovereignly planned history from beginning to end?

This is a thoughtful question, …

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