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Evil as Evidence for God

  As a Christian ambassador, your biggest challenge may be making sense of the problem of evil.  When you’re able to explain that, surprisingly, evil is actually evidence for God, you will have vastly improved your skill as a diplomat for the King.  You’ll also have taken an important step yourself in cultivating a more sensible faith.  

Solid Ground | Apologetics | Greg Koukl | May 1, 2001

Deity of Christ: Case Closed

Understanding the Trinity may be impossible, but proving the Trinity is not especially difficult.  You don't need to master theology and philosophy.  All you need is one irrefutable argument.  Here it is. Deity of Christ:  Case Closed

Solid Ground | Apologetics | Greg Koukl | July 1, 2000

The Bible Translated, Retranslated, and…Changed? No Chance.

 

Solid Ground | Apologetics | Greg Koukl | May 1, 2000

The Gospel a Hate Crime? Welcome to the 21st Century.

  How is it possible that the Good News of the Gospel can be considered a hate crime? Welcome to the 21st Century.         It’s hard to believe that a simple prayer request would create a national furor.  That’s what happened, though, when the Southern Baptist Convention encouraged their congregates to "pray each day for Jewish individuals you know by name that they will find the spiritual wholeness available through the Messiah [Jesus]."

Solid Ground | Apologetics | Greg Koukl | March 1, 2000

Faith & Wishing

  If you “just take Christianity on faith” you may be in trouble… Taking  Christianity “on faith” may mean trouble…       I don’t like the word “faith.”        It’s not that faith isn’t valuable.  True biblical faith is essential for salvation.  But faith is often deeply misunderstood in a way that hurts Christianity and harms Christians.

Solid Ground | Apologetics | Greg Koukl | January 1, 2000

The Perils of Proof-Texting and How to Avoid Them

        Virtually every Christian with a theological point of view thinks his view is scriptural.  Why shouldn't he.  He has a prooftext he can quickly quote in his defense.

Solid Ground | Apologetics | Greg Koukl | September 1, 1999

Arguing Is a Virtue

        Imagine living in a world in which you couldn't separate truth from error.  You wouldn't be able to tell food from poison, or friend from foe.  You couldn't tell good from bad, right from wrong, healthy from unhealthy, or safe from unsafe.  Such a world would be a dangerous place.  You wouldn't survive long.

Solid Ground | Apologetics | Greg Koukl | May 1, 1999

Henry Blackaby’s Experiencing God—A Critique

  A Review of Henry Blackaby's Experiencing God     The keynote speaker's list of spiritual qualifications was not lengthy.  There were no references to his academic letters, theological acumen, skill at biblical living, or personal holiness. 

Solid Ground | Apologetics | Greg Koukl | January 1, 1999

The American Holocaust

  Lynching of Blacks by the KKK. Jewish genocide under the Third Reich. Abortion in America. Do these three have anything in common?       Early this fall, the campus of the University of Kansas was rocked by a controversy that made headlines in the national press.  Two pro-life groups--the Center for Bioethical Reform and Heartland Life Network--had posted a "pictorial essay" at a prominent crossroads on campus.

Solid Ground | Bio-Ethics | Greg Koukl | November 1, 1998

Star Light & the Age of the Universe

  When you look up into the midnight sky do you see stars?  Or are the lights in the heavens mere appearances, images created in transit?  The answer settles the question of whether the creation of the universe was recent or ancient.

Solid Ground | Science | Greg Koukl | July 1, 1998