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Is the Trinity logical?

Skeptics often say the Christian God cannot exist because the very nature of God, the Trinity, is logically impossible. How would you respond? How well do you understand the Trinity? Are you able to explain how it is both logical... Continue Reading →

Will gay people go to heaven?

Before you answer, think about this question. Will straight people go to heaven?

Do we have to study worldviews to become a Christian?

No, but I think that 2 Corinthians 5:20 points to the fact that Christians should study worldviews.

I Don’t Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist with Dr. Frank Turek

What does atheism have anything to do with having faith? Atheists usually define faith as believing in something without or contrary to evidence. If we use this definition of faith, could it perhaps take more faith to be an atheist?... Continue Reading →

Where do right and wrong come from?

The podcast this week is focusing on listener questions. The following two questions were sent in through email. "I was talking to a friend, and she asked where right and wrong come from. She said that something is wrong if... Continue Reading →

How can we know truth with competing evidence?

How do you know if something is true or false if there is only a 50% chance of it being true? What do we do when people disagree on the truth and are able to present evidence? Check out the... Continue Reading →

Can God create a rock so big he can’t lift it?

The short answer is no. Does this create a problem with God being all-powerful? Nope!

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 →

3 Reasons Why The Bible Is True

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

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