The Psychology of Atheism

From Ligonier Ministries The greatest terror that grips us is the thought of being held accountable before the uncompromising scrutiny of a holy God. In this brief clip, R.C. Sproul exposes the real reason why people profess to be atheists. Transcript: The Apostle is saying that there is a psychology to atheism. He goes on... Continue Reading →

Did Paul Reinterpret the Gospel Message?

I recently read a post where the author said, “the Jesus story would now be over and done with if it were not for Paul reinterpreting it into something it wasn't; substitutionary atonement designed for Gentiles as well as Jews.” I thought that was a very confusing statement, so I left a few comments with... Continue Reading →

Does God Exist? 20 Arguments for God

I'm slowly working through my through Handbook of Christian Apologetics by Peter Kreeft and Ronald K. Tacelli. In the book, there is a chapter titled “Twenty Arguments for the Existence for God.” As a skeptic-turned-Christian, I thought it would be fun to work through these arguments from my perspective. Even though I'm a Christian now,... Continue Reading →

Late April 2020 Presuppositional Apologetics Links

Courtesy of SLIMJIM of Domain for Truth: Here are links related to the subject of Presuppositional apologetics gathered online between April 22nd-30th, 2020. 1.) Has presuppositionalism evolved? 2.) Bible Contradiction? Did Asa remove the high places? 3.) The Evolution of Moral Truth Claims (Podcast) 4.) Plato Undermines Atheism 5.) Practical Suggestions to Husbands/Fathers/Parents Regarding Video Games and Movies 6.) Review – A Matter... Continue Reading →

Apologetics Methods Free Audio Download

Today Credo Courses is offering an audio download absolutely free - Apologetics Methods with Robert Bowman. Based on his monumental work in apologetics, Faith Has Its Reasons, Bowman explains, compares, and analyses the four methods that apologists have used to defend the Christian faith through the centuries.   Classical Thomas AquinasC. S. LewisJ. P. MorelandWilliam PaleyR. C.... Continue Reading →

Are All Christians Called to be Apologists?

Apologetics. Some cringe at the word because it implies studying. Some roll their eyes because they think philosophers are lunatics. And some say that they'll never apologize for their faith. But a few, like me, become energized at the word. For a few people, their eyes brighten, their heart quickens, and they eagerly await what... Continue Reading →

Presuppositional Apologetics links for April 15th-21st, 2020.

Written by SLIMJIM from The Domain for Truth. Here are links related to the subject of Presuppositional apologetics gathered online between April 15th-21st, 2020. 1.) Atheists Presupposing Naturalism 2.) Bible Contradiction? Who made the ark of the covenant? 3.) Christian Kindle Book Deals – 04/20/2020 4.) How Do You Develop a Biblical Worldview? 5.) Why I am Still a Presuppositionalist 5.) Our... Continue Reading →

Easter and the Hope that We Have

As Easter quickly approaches, I find my thoughts turning from the COVID19 pandemic and political polarization to the cross and the resurrection. Even in the middle of the coronavirus crisis, I have hope. Not some sort of superficial, wishful-thinking type of hope, but a hope that runs deep through my soul. But, for many this... Continue Reading →

How to Handle Bible Contradictions

Here is a very well written and exhaustive explanation on how to handle alleged Bible contradictions. This post was originally posted on Domain for Truth. After dozens of posts dealing with specific Bible contradictions I thought I write on how to handle Bible contradictions.  Here in this post there are three sections: Before Interpreting the... Continue Reading →

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