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J. Warner Wallace explains why you can’t make sense of the problem of evil apart from an understanding of the wisdom of God.
In “A (Very) Brief, Gospel-Centered Defense against the Problem of Evil,” Derek Rishmawy explains how we can know, through the Gospel, that God is indeed all-powerful, all-good, and all-knowing, despite the existence of evil: If God raised Jesus Christ from the dead, I have good reason to believe both that he exists, and that he is unfathomably powerful.
I didn’t know until recently that Greg West of The Poached Egg keeps an updated list of Kindle book deals on his site.
In Greg’s interview with Nabeel Qureshi earlier this year about his book, Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus, Nabeel told the story of how David Wood (now of Acts 17 Apologetics—a min
James Rochford has written a thorough review of a new book by Myron Penner titled The End of Apologetics: Christian Witness in a Postmodern Context.
Hebrews 10:32–36 has a very relevant exhortation for our postmodern times:
In responding to what he perceives to be the Christian claim that “atheists have no morals because they have no moral guide,” Pat Condell says in his video that not even Christians use the Bible as a moral guide:
An ant could never understand anything about us, so why would we think we could understand something about God?
If the God of the Bible didn't do what you think a real God would have done, that doesn't prove He doesn't exist; you might just be missing something. It's the temptation of some who reject the reality of God's existence to use the following kind of reasoning as part of their evidence: "If the Christian God were real, He would [X]. However, He does not [X], therefore He is not real."
Two weeks ago, we introduced a new feature to the blog: the biweekly challenge. Here's how it works: We challenge you with an objection to Christianity, you give your best response in the comment section, and then on Thursday, Brett or Alan will post a video response so you can see how you did. It's a chance for you to practice putting your knowledge and tactics to work on objections you could run into while talking to your family and friends.