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What are souls and why do they matter? (with Dr. J. P. Moreland)

What is a soul? Do we have one? How do we know it is real? Why does it matter? Dr. J. P. Moreland is the Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University in La Mirada, California.... Continue Reading →

Should Christians pray for dead people?

Is God Evil for Allowing Evil?

Part 1 of this series looked at the logical problem of evil. That argument is, if God is all-good, then he would want to stop evil. If God is all-powerful, then he could stop evil. Evil exists. Therefore, God doesn't.... Continue Reading →

Should Christians believe in the Big Bang? (with Dr. Jeff Zweerink)

If the universe began to exist, then the implications are profound. Perhaps that’s why some insist it has existed forever. Dr. Jeff Zweerink, an astrophysicist and senior research scholar at Reasons to Believe, joined the show to discuss these issues.... Continue Reading →

Objection Response: Atheism Isn’t A Decision

The latest video published on the channel was titled, "3 Reasons Why People Don't Believe In God." It quickly caught the attention of one skeptic who posted a few objections to what I had to say. I wanted to take... Continue Reading →

3 Reasons Why People Don’t Believe In God

Did God really put two of every kind of animal on the Ark?

Links Mentioned: Was the Biblical Flood Local or Global? Interview with Krista Bontrager Is a local or global flood more plausible?

Where do you go when you doubt?

Why do I feel like I believe in God because of people and not God? When I feel I have a weak relationship with God and don't want to be a Christian anymore, people around me change my mind.

If God can’t do the logically impossible, how did he raise Jesus from the dead?

Students often have many questions once they learn that God being all-powerful does not mean that he has the power to do all things. What can't God do? God can't go against his nature or do what is logically impossible.... Continue Reading →

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