Dr. William Lane Craig joined the live stream to answer your objections and questions on the arguments for God's existence. We also took your questions on anything related to Christianity, philosophy, and apologetics. Dr. Craig is Research Professor of Philosophy... Continue Reading →
Do any of these sound familiar? God is good all the time; all the time, God is good.Love the sinner, hat the sin.Christianity is a relationship, not a religion.Just have faith.It's not my place to judge. What if these statements... Continue Reading →
Natasha Crain is a national speaker, author of three books, and blogger whose passion is to equip Christian parents to raise kids with an understanding of how to make a case for and defend their faith in an increasingly secular... Continue Reading →
Christians are better able to love one another when we have a better understanding of the theology of singleness and marriage. Listen this week as we dive into the topic of singleness. Neal Hardin graduated with MA in Theology from... Continue Reading →
My wife and I had the chance to sit down with our nieces and nephew this past Christmas to watch The Nativity Story. Overall, it was a good movie. It did a great job retelling the story of Jesus's birth.... Continue Reading →
This is one of the first questions I get every year from my students. Here is my response.
So much of what we believe today was first hammered out by Christians that came before us. In fact, after reading the newest book, Classic Christian Thinkers by Kenneth Samples of Reasons to Believe, I was reminded at how even some apologetic... Continue Reading →
Who are some of the great Christian thinkers that have impacted your Christian life? Are any of them more than a few hundred years old? Kenneth Samples, a senior research scholar at Reasons to Beleive, joined me to discuss his... Continue Reading →