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Having Unbelievable Conversations with Justin Brierley

Justin Brierley, the host of Premier Christian Radio's apologetics and theology debate program Unbelievable?, joined the show this week to discuss his book, his many years of conversations, and the upcoming conference in LA. The Unbelievable? radio show and podcast... Continue Reading →

How can we trust the Bible when it was written by men?

The following question came in on Facebook. Hi Ryan, Do you have a talk on how we should believe the Bible even though it was written by men? I know the answer but wondered what you have." Well, I do... Continue Reading →

3 Reasons Why The Bible Is True

Can we really trust the Bible? How much of it is really true?

Can you Prove God using science?

My answer might surprise you.

Why am I a Christian?

This is one of the first questions I get every year from my students. Here is my response.

Calvinism or Molinism? with Tim Stratton Part 3

A few weeks back I started a conversation with Tim Stratton of Free Thinking Ministries. We spent one show discussing some of the main points in the Calvinism, Arminianism, and Molinism debate. We simply ran out of time and couldn't finish what... Continue Reading →

If I’m going to Heaven, why should I work hard in this life?

This life is short. It doesn't matter. Why should I work hard? How would you respond?

Responding to Christian Leaders Losing Their Faith

Big news came out a few weeks back about another Christian leader seriously questioning his faith. First, it was Joshua Harris, the author of I Kissed Dating Goodbye. Then, it was Marty Sampson, worship leader at Hillsong. What should Christians... Continue Reading →

What is the negative effect of being closed to the truth?

Does being closed to the truth always have a negative effect? What about being closed to the truth of Christianity?

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