Must we have bombproof certainty before we can say that we know something? Is it all or nothing — 100 percent certainty (that is, it is impossible that I am wrong) or hopeless skepticism? I don’t think so, because this dilemma is a false one. A skeptical approach to knowledge maintains that knowledge itself is impossible or that no beliefs can be justified even if they happen to be true. Not only is […]

Continue Reading...

“If you have a God great and transcendent enough to be mad at because he hasn’t stopped evil and suffering in the world, then you have (at the same moment) a God great and transcendent enough to have good reasons for allowing it to continue that you can’t know. Indeed you can’t have it both ways.”–Tim Keller

Tim Keller on Evil and the Existence of God

The rest of the world recognizes the brutal atrocities that Christians face in the middle east right now as Genocide at the hands of ISIS. Why can’t our government? Honestly […]

Continue Reading...

Sometimes it’s hard to have a conversation about the evidence for the resurrection. What if someone asks me something I don’t know? What if I don’t know what to say? What if I mess it up? We have all been there! God doesn’t call us to be […]

Continue Reading...

Let’s be honest . . . we don’t like to offend people and we want people to like us. Because of this, we let some pretty silly ideas go unchallenged in our culture today. One perennial offender is the notion that all religions basically teach the same thing. If anyone is to find the truth about God or ultimate reality, then […]

Continue Reading...

Every time an opinion was delivered from the Supreme Court, I always wanted to see what Scalia had written because I knew his opinions would be rooted in the text of the constitution (i.e., textualism or originalism) instead of the prevailing cultural winds of our day (sometimes refereed to the “living and breathing document approach”). That is a lesson that Christians and non-Christian alike need to […]

Continue Reading...

The world we live in is changing fast. There are new challenges and opportunities at every turn. We must be ready. I deeply believe apologetics training is […]

Continue Reading...