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Challenge Response: A Real God Would Have Protected the Original Gospel Manuscripts

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Blog Post | Apologetics | Alan Shlemon | April 7, 2016

Challenge Response: The Bible Doesn’t Teach Scientific Insights

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Video | Science | Brett Kunkle | March 28, 2016

Challenge Response: The Bible Doesn’t Teach Scientific Insights

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Blog Post | Science | Brett Kunkle | March 24, 2016

Resource: A Helpful List of Short Apologetic Videos

Sunday school teachers, youth workers, small group leaders, pastors, and other church leaders are always on the lookout for good resources to help equip their people. So I thought it might be helpful to collect some of the best short apologetics videos that are online and available for free and put them into a single list. Use these to introduce an argument, spark a small group discussion, or even share with your unbelieving friend. And feel free to add your contribution to the list in the comments section.  

Blog Post | Apologetics | Brett Kunkle | March 17, 2016

Challenge Response: Jesus Never Said a Word about Homosexuality

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Blog Post | Christianity & Culture | Alan Shlemon | March 10, 2016

Debunking the Religious Wars Myth

“Religion is the cause of most wars,” declared our atheist guest. A few students shot nervous glances at me, hoping I would jump in. I sat there silently, not responding, instead waiting for the students’ training to kick in. We were in Berkeley, on a mission trip with more than 60 high schoolers and staff from Upland Christian Academy. Our atheist speaker, Victor, was outlining various objections to religion. He continued, “And Christianity can be blamed for many of those wars.”

Article | Apologetics | Brett Kunkle | March 8, 2016

Helping Students Think about the Evidence for Evolution

This month, I want to offer you is a helpful way for categorizing the evidence that is offered in support of macroevolution. By identifying which group any particular evidence belongs to, you will be able to offer a general response. After assessing numerous arguments for evolution, I have found that each falls into one of three categories: exaggerated extrapolations, egregious errors, and equivocal evidence. Download the mp3...

Podcast Episode | Philosophy | Tim Barnett | March 2, 2016

Frank Turek – CrossExamined Instructor Academy (March 2, 2016)

Host: Greg Koukl Guest: Frank Turek – CrossExamined Instructor Academy (00:00) Caller Topic: 1. Is it possible to write a good devotional? (00:23) 2. Is it always wrong to violate your conscience? (00:40) 3. How do you fear God? (00:49) Download the mp3...

Podcast Episode | Christianity & Culture | Greg Koukl | March 2, 2016

#STRask - February 29, 2016

Does the sufficiency of Scripture imply that the use of secular psychological principles and practices is invalid? Some parents say that as Christians we should keep our children in public schools to be "salt and light", is this wise? How is Tactics used with someone who is prideful, angry, very aggressive and randomly saying their ideas? How do you respond to folks that say that religion has no impact on their life? What does the Bible say about suicide? What does suicide mean for someone who identifies as a Christian?

Podcast Episode | Apologetics | Greg Koukl | February 29, 2016

Challenge Response: The Bible Says Men Are Superior to Women

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Video | Christianity & Culture | Brett Kunkle | February 27, 2016