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Are we focused on giving students a religious experience or knowledge of God?

Over the last two weeks, I have had the privilege of training over 550 students at two different summer camps. I am used to training students, but there was something I wasn't used to. The students were as young as... Continue Reading →

2 Christian Views On Dinosaurs

When did dinosaurs die? When did they live? What happened to them? The way you answer these questions will depend on another belief you have. Check it out!

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 →

Discussing Arguments from Pro-Choice Advocates

Over the last few weeks, I have heard quite a few terrible arguments with all of the talk surrounding abortion in our culture. These bad arguments include: It's a women's right to choose. Abortion should be legal if the unborn... Continue Reading →

Pro-Choice Objection: The Unborn Baby Is Not a Human Being

How would you respond to this common pro-choice argument? It seems crazy to say that the unborn is not human, but it was recently mentioned here on CNN (05/07/19)! Check out Tim Barnett's article titled "Abortion Advocates Fail Biology" Comment below... Continue Reading →

Is God’s design perfect design?

How can we respond to objections based on apparent bad design?

Human Origins and Neanderthals with Dr. Fazale Rana

This week continues my conversation with Fazale “Fuz” Rana, a biochemist and the vice president of research and apologetics at Reasons to Believe. It started last week by discussing Biochemistry, Evolution, and Evidence for God. The conversation continued this week by looking... Continue Reading →

Biochemistry, Evolution, and Evidence for God with Dr. Fazale Rana

I'm back this week to discuss one of my favorite topics, evolution. This interview was initially set up because I was asked questions about Neanderthals and human origins that I simply couldn't answer. And when I have questions about science... Continue Reading →

Questions of the Week (02/25/19)

I posted five new videos on YouTube this week, and each video responds to a question that was asked by one of my students. I hope you enjoy the short answers, share them with your friends, and subscribe to my... Continue Reading →

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