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Greg shares the top three reasons to believe Jesus' resurrection took place. COMMENT Read more posts
Craig Hazen’s comments in Biola Magazine on a book by Callum G. Brown titled The Death of Christian Britain should serve as both a warning and an encouragement to us:
Alan explains what it means to have good character when engaging in conversations regarding ethics, faith, and values. COMMENT Read more posts
It takes some imagination to grasp how radically different ancient worldviews were from our Western perspective. Much of what we now take for granted as being common sense was not actually common throughout human history.
It's funny that many secularists believe that Christian myths about Jesus evolved over time until they were written down generations later. This is the thesis in Bart Ehrman's latest book. It's not accurate. It's funny because there are things believed by some of the same secularists that actually are myths that evolved over time to create the impression that Christianity is a science stopper and anti-intellectual.
David Bentley Hart has a post on First Things responding to a New Yorker article by Adam Gopnik:
Alan offers a simple question you can ask when discussing the topic of evolution. COMMENTS Read more posts
Alan responds to the claim that intelligent design is just used to fill in gaps that science can't explain. COMMENTS Read more posts
The following are links that were either mentioned on this week's show or inspired by it, as posted live on the @STRtweets Twitter feed:
Brett explains why God is the most logical explanation for objective morality. COMMENTS Read more posts