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Because conspiracies are so notoriously difficult to execute and maintain, belief in them is nearly always unreasonable. Here’s how and why you should evaluate conspiracy theories.
There’s a lot of secular wisdom out there that sounds good but has layers of problems. Here’s an example of how you can teach your children to evaluate what they hear.
Have you prepared your kids to respond to the claim that miracles discredit the Bible? This 10-step framework will help.
Fewer women than men seem to be passionate about apologetics right now, but this might not be primarily a function of gender.
There’s one question you’re likely to hear from every Mormon missionary: Will you pray and ask God if the Book of Mormon is true? Here’s why that’s not a good idea.
Kids need to understand these emotion-laden shaming attempts they’ll encounter. Here’s how parents can prepare them.
4 Things That Must Happen before More Christian Parents Will Care about Questions of Faith and Science
Parents, here’s why you need to stop avoiding questions of faith and science with your kids.
What difference does it make to say the original biblical writings were inerrant if all we have today are copies with errors?
Brett explains his plans for MAVEN, a new organization created to help students—and those who teach and train students—know truth, pursue goodness, and create beauty.
The parable of the unjust steward in Luke 16:1–13 provides Christians with important insights about our wealth and the Kingdom of God.