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Free speech, even with all its messiness, is a great good worth protecting. We’re about to find out if we’re still committed to it.
Today, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in the Masterpiece Cakeshop case, and there’s a major misconception about this case that needs to be cleared up.
The biggest divide between Christians and non-Christians is not whether or not they think Christianity is true but whether or not they think Jesus is beautiful.
A recent article argues “3 Ways Science Proves Life Doesn’t Begin at Conception,” but what happens when you apply those same arguments to newborns?
When the Bible talks about people being “destroyed” in Hell, is that referring to complete non-existence?
We need to be more intentional about sharing our lives with our neighbors so they can see who God is through us—through our good behavior as well as our moral failures.
The Internet is constantly changing, and we’re moving on to take advantage of its new opportunities as we train you to be a good ambassador for Christ.
Our apologetics aren’t Christian merely because of the arguments we use or the conclusions we’re arguing for. What does it mean to use Christian apologetics Christianly?
The two sexes of the human race are not interchangeable or expendable, and we don’t exist as men and women by accident. God created us this way for a purpose.
If God intended to communicate a particular meaning through the biblical authors, and if God inspired their writing, why do people interpret the Bible differently?