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Does the number of times the Bible has been translated affect its reliability? No, and here’s why.
We should begin teaching our kids apologetics as early as possible. Here’s how Tim translated an answer to the problem of evil into language even four-year-olds could understand.
Tim clarifies a common misconception about the biblical definition of faith.
Here’s a simple approach you can use to tactically engage Jehovah’s Witnesses when they show up at your door.
Tim sets straight the assertion that the Bible has been translated many times over and therefore can’t be reliable.
Doubts will come. In fact, the worst challenger you will ever face is yourself. The question is, are you ready with answers?
Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John aren’t the only Gospels we have from the ancient world. Here’s an easy way to remember why the New Testament only includes these four.
Everyone has a worldview, but a worldview is only a good one if it describes reality accurately. You can start helping your young children develop an accurate worldview.
Some atheists claim Christians think faith is a way of knowing things, but that’s not the definition of faith we see in the Bible.
If human beings make mistakes, does it follow that the Bible must therefore contain mistakes?