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This week's challenge: Is there evidence for the resurrection? Was there a need for Christ’s sacrifice?
Greg discusses perceived discrepancies in the New Testament manuscripts and how we should interpret them.
Merry Christmas from all of us at Stand to Reason.
Odd Thomas packs a tremendous amount of awe-inspiring, Jesus-glorifying theology into this spoken word piece on the incarnation.
Wesley J. Smith called Princeton to account for hiring Peter Singer with his horrendous views on infanticide.
The fact that there have been many different religions throughout human history does not mean human beings are trying to find the true God.
Christians need to think carefully about this issue, especially in a culture that is more than happy to co-opt Christian statements and claims in order to justify sin.
Greg explains why science and Christianity are complementary, not exclusive.
You may not live near a university that offers classes in apologetics, but you can download audio and video courses by scholars like Gary Habermas, Daniel Wallace, and Douglas Groothuis from Credo Courses, and right now they're on sale.
A French court upheld the banning of an ad meant to encourage mothers not to abort their Down syndrome children, saying it might disturb people’s consciences.