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How should you have online discussions?

I normally don't have discussions on social media, but there are a few things to remember if you do.

Are there transgender people in the Bible?

I received a message on Instagram a few months ago from a student. It read, "I got into a discussion with my friend the other day about transgender and gender identity, and she told me that there were transgender [people]┬áin... Continue Reading →

3 Responses to the Claim that Jesus is a Recycled Pagan Myth

I was recently asked to join an Instagram discussion on the person of Jesus and the truth of Christianity. A student had responded to a post which you can see here. The first thing to recognize is that this post... Continue Reading →

Are we focused on giving students a religious experience or knowledge of God?

Over the last two weeks, I have had the privilege of training over 550 students at two different summer camps. I am used to training students, but there was something I wasn't used to. The students were as young as... Continue Reading →

Is it hateful to be exclusive?

People often claim that Christian exclusivity is hateful and intolerant. How can you claim that you have the truth and everyone else is wrong? That is so closeminded! Well, not at all. In fact, that is how truth works. Truth,... Continue Reading →

Is self-defense ever justified?

Or, should Christians turn the other cheek?

Is a local or global flood more plausible?

Many Christians think there is only one possibility when it comes to Noah's flood, but there might be some reasons to hold to a local flood.

Live YouTube Interview with Zac from Adherent Apologetics

I recently had the privilege of being interviewed by Zac of Adherent Apologetics on YouTube live. We discussed my role as a missionary and my journey into Christian apologetics. Watch the video here and check out the list of questions... Continue Reading →

The Killing of the Canaanites: Genocide or Judgment? with Dr. Clay Jones

A few weeks back I posted the following video on YouTube. It was met with a few comments that were critical of the points being made. I engaged with the objections a few times but knew that more needed to... Continue Reading →

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