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Unbelievable Unbelief (Video)

Greg explains how skeptics often overestimate themselves when it comes to making requests of God.

Blog Post | Philosophy | Greg Koukl | February 13, 2017

An Explanation of “Worldview”

What is a worldview? Sean McDowell gives a brief explanation.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Amy K. Hall | January 10, 2017

If Naturalistic Evolution Is True, People Are Not Equal

Worldviews matter, they lead to myriad consequences, and everyone has one. Make sure you think through yours—and its implications—carefully.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Amy K. Hall | January 4, 2017

Getting Rid of the Myth of Religion

If we are to reject the “myth” of Christian religion, as secularists suggest, then we must reject the entire myth, that is, the whole story and everything that follows from the story.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Greg Koukl | November 30, 2016

If Morality Comes from a “Good” Society, We’re in Trouble

If the goodness we desire is not inherently in people, and there is no moral standard higher than society, how could “goodness” ever reign in a society?

Blog Post | Apologetics | Amy K. Hall | November 26, 2016

In Conversations On Cultural Issues, Get to the Root of the Worldview

The cultural debates happening today offer us opportunities to talk about the fundamental worldviews behind the divide.

Blog Post | Christianity & Culture | Amy K. Hall | November 16, 2016

Truth Is Narrow and Exclusive for Everybody

Watch a fun little video from Impact 360 on relativism, tolerance, and Christianity’s claim to be objectively true.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Amy K. Hall | November 12, 2016

You Don’t Need to Believe in God to Know What’s Right and Wrong, But…

Tim Barnett gives a great illustration to help explain the nature of the problem with atheism and objective morality.

Blog Post | Philosophy | Amy K. Hall | October 13, 2016

Challenge: Beauty Is in the Eye of the Beholder

Is beauty objective (dependent on the object) or subjective (dependent on the subject observing the object)?

Blog Post | Philosophy | Amy K. Hall | October 4, 2016

What Can’t Science Account For?

William Lane Craig describes five rational beliefs that can’t be scientifically proven.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Amy K. Hall | August 20, 2016