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Making Young People Our Priority with Dr. Sean McDowell

Parents, youth pastors, and Christian educators often know what they want to accomplish with their students, but they don't always have the practical steps on how to get there. Or, if they do, they could always use some more help.... Continue Reading →

Making the Case for a Forensic Faith with J. Warner Wallace

Embrace your duty to defend the truth.

The Fine Tuning Argument with Kendall Brewer

My friend, Kendall Brewer, joined me this week to discuss the teleological argument for God's existence. You can check out Kendall's work at Truth Matters. You can follow the Coffeehouse Questions Podcast and have it automatically downloaded to your device... Continue Reading →

Can you tell me about Jesus?

Do you really know Jesus? Do you know more than saying, "Jesus died for my sins" or "I have a personal relationship with him"? Most students aren't able to get past a few Christian clichés if you ask them who Jesus... Continue Reading →

Is Christianity based on an argument from ignorance?

I received a lot of responses after last week's blog, "Is atheism a 'lack of belief' in God?" Most of the responses came from atheists which I expected. I also expected an immediate request for proof of the Christian God which is... Continue Reading →

Are you prepared for an emergency?

What are you going to do to train yourself?

Can Christians claim to have the One, True God?

There's a reason we don't see this objection being used with police or in court.

Why is God so hidden?

There is simply no way of knowing that more evidence would mean more people saved.

The Case for the Resurrection: Did the disciples die as martyrs?

We may not be able to say that all the disciples died for the faith, but we are able to say that they were all willing to die.

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