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Live YouTube Interview with Zac from Adherent Apologetics

I recently had the privilege of being interviewed by Zac of Adherent Apologetics on YouTube live. We discussed my role as a missionary and my journey into Christian apologetics. Watch the video here and check out the list of questions... Continue Reading →

Complete Easter Resource: A TV Interview, Blogs, and Podcasts on the Resurrection of Jesus

As we approach Easter this coming Sunday, it will become more common to hear and see objections to the resurrection of Jesus. Some headlines might doubt whether or not Jesus even existed. Others might grant his existence, but reject the... Continue Reading →

Top 10 Videos of 2017

One of my goals since starting Coffeehouse Questions has been to take on speaking events. The blog started in 2015 and the podcast started in 2016. 2017 was very exciting because I started to get more frequent requests for speaking... Continue Reading →

Top 10 Podcasts of 2017

At the end of 2016 the Coffeehouse Questions podcast was only 10 months old. I had recorded 54 episodes and received just over 5,000 downloads. Well now it's 2017, and I have added another 23 episodes to the list. These... Continue Reading →

MAVEN: Truth, Beauty, and Goodness with Brett Kunkle

I can't think of anything more important in today's culture than worldview and apologetics training for students. They are growing up in a very different world, and so they need truth brought to them in a new way. That is... Continue Reading →

How Relativism Undermines Your Student’s Faith in Christ (Video)

Our culture of relativism, the belief that truth changes from person to person, is undermining our student's faith in Christ. Relativism states that there is no truth. So how can Christianity be objectively true if there is no truth? Jesus... Continue Reading →

What It Looks Like To Follow Jesus – Luke 10:1-24

A few months back I had the opportunity to speak at my home church, RockHarbor Fullerton. They are currently in a series studying the Gospel of Luke titled "Luke: Rediscover Jesus," and I had the privileged of continuing in the... Continue Reading →

Why Christianity Isn’t Just a List of Don’ts

Pursue health rather than avoiding illness.

10 Self-Defeating Ideas You Should Probably Stop Believing

The idea of a two-edged sword, or a sword that cuts both ways, has a storied history. The analogy is somewhat problematic, as swords always have two edges anyway, and it is in doubt that a trained swordsman is going... Continue Reading →

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