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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 →

Are you intelligently designed?

Are you the result of natural processes or created by an intelligent designer with a purpose in mind? Check out this talk as Ryan explains why design is the better explanation after looking at biology, cosmology, and more. If you... Continue Reading →

How Coffeehouse Questions Began on the TMC Podcast

One thing I love doing is encouraging others to get into the game. It is common to have a fear of evangelizing, speaking, blogging, podcasting, or simply sharing our Christian convictions. What most people don't know is that I came... Continue Reading →

Important Theological Positions From Classic Christian Thinkers with Kenneth Samples

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 →

Does evil exist, or is it the absence of good?

I don't think this question is an either/or question. Check out my response.

Church History And Classic Christian Thinkers with Kenneth Samples

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 →

Should men stay silent on abortion?

I recently came across the following on Twitter. Men passing laws on abortion makes as much sense as the Amish passing laws on cybersecurity. pic.twitter.com/uJSUN9sVB4 — The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) May 25, 2019 Is he right? Should men stay silent... Continue Reading →

Abortion: Should it be a woman’s right to choose?

You have to start with a question when someone says that the woman has the right to choose. You must ask, "Choose what?"

Using Atheist Role-Plays to Train Students

One of the aspects of So The Next Generation Will Know that I was not able to cover with J. Warner Wallace was the chapter on how love trains. We ran out of time this time around, but it was... Continue Reading →

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