Imagination is critically important today in our present apologetics endeavor. "Imaginative apologetics seeks to harness the God-given faculty of imagination to work in cooperation with reason, to open a way for the work of the Holy Spirit to guide the... Continue Reading →
The Passion Translation has grown in popularity among Christians. Its website says, "It is a meaning-for-meaning translation, translating the essence of God’s original message and heart into modern English." However, is it the same other modern translations? Should it be... Continue Reading →
What is a soul? Do we have one? How do we know it is real? Why does it matter? Dr. J. P. Moreland is the Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University in La Mirada, California.... Continue Reading →
Links Mentioned: Was the Biblical Flood Local or Global? Interview with Krista Bontrager Is a local or global flood more plausible?
Why do I feel like I believe in God because of people and not God? When I feel I have a weak relationship with God and don't want to be a Christian anymore, people around me change my mind.
How much do you know about Nahum? If you are like most Christians, it probably isn't very much. Does Nahum have anything relevant to my life today? Yes, you might be surprised. I recently had the chance to study and... Continue Reading →
Brett Kunkle, founder and president of MAVEN, has more than 25 years of experience working with junior high, high school, and college students. He came on the show this week to share his knowledge when it comes to raising students... Continue Reading →
This is part 2 of the interview with Dr. Paul Gould, the author of, Cultural Apologetics: Renewing the Christian Voice, Conscience, and Imagination in a Disenchanted World. Dr. Gould is a philosopher, a scholar, a teacher, a husband, and father.... Continue Reading →