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October 2016

Why the “Out of Africa” Theory Doesn’t Undermine the Literal Garden of Eden

I recently wrote the blog "Were Adam and Eve Historical Figures?" where I argued that the Bible speaks of them as being historical. It isn't figurative language used to make a point or anything like that. Instead, both Jesus and... Continue Reading →

Keys To Achieve Healthy Relationships with Rose Pauly (Podcast)

What does it look like to have a healthy relationship? What is important to understand when dating, preparing for marriage, or when married? Listen this week as Rose Pauly, the author of Desperate Hope, discusses the keys to achieve healthy... Continue Reading →

10 Self-Defeating Ideas You Should Probably Stop Believing

The idea of a two-edged sword, or a sword that cuts both ways, has a storied history. The analogy is somewhat problematic, as swords always have two edges anyway, and it is in doubt that a trained swordsman is going... Continue Reading →

How should we interpret Proverbs 22:6? (Podcast)

Years ago I remember looking at Proverbs 22:6 and viewing it as a promise. I had created an argument from it that went something like this: If we train children then they will not depart when they are older. Youth... Continue Reading →

Do science and faith contradict?

The reason I started studying science apologetics is because I saw many students having trouble reconciling the two. The debate between faith and science seems to always be one that troubles many believers. Instead of allowing science to cause doubts,... Continue Reading →

How has postmodernism influenced Christianity? (Podcast)

Postmodernism and deconstructionism have influenced Christianity more than we know. You may not even know what these words mean, but I am sure they have changed the way you think. Listen this week I discuss the postmodern worldview and how... Continue Reading →

Were Adam and Eve Historical Figures?

Just yesterday I finished reading The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief. It was writing by Dr. Francis Collins, who holds a PhD in Physical Chemistry from Yale University. Dr. Collins is most famous for his work as the... Continue Reading →

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