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What issues tend to surface when non-Christians are asked what they think of Christians and Christianity? Dr. Plummer’s class assignment gives some insight into our culture.
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.
The most common objection raised against Christian theism is the problem of evil. Here are some tips to help you prepare your answer to this inevitable question.
Someone might conclude on the basis of the observed regularity of nature that miracles are impossible and therefore illogical, but are they really contrary to the laws of logic?
Here’s an easy way to increase your Bible intake that you might have never thought of.
Science is good, but science isn’t everything. It’s one way to discover what is true, but it’s not the only way. To believe otherwise is to have a self-refuting view of knowledge.
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.
The winning of arguments is not more important than winning people, but neither is it necessarily in conflict with that end. Here’s how you can do both.
In an address C.S. Lewis gave on the subject of Christian apologetics, he issued a sober caution that anyone engaged in apologetics should take to heart.
What difference does it make to say the original biblical writings were inerrant if all we have today are copies with errors?