Category: Apologetics

Can Something be True without Being Factual?

…we know that the Exodus and Passover are true because they are factual events. Christ is our Passover (1 Corinthians 5:7). He fulfilled Passover by paying the price for our sins and then rising from the dead.

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The Letter to the Galatians Outline

Paul encountered the first heresy of this young Church – the renunciation of Christ’s complete satisfaction for sin. What are the points of this heresy? Christ and His sacrifice were not enough. Grace was not enough. Peace with God was not enough.

Nothing But the Gospel

This book also affirms that only the gospel “is the power of God unto salvation for everyone who believes” (Romans 1:16).

What is the Point in Faith?

It [faith] is not irrational but very reasonable and joins with reason to makes sense of what exists…

Easter: Something Borrowed, Something New?

Christians need not fear fables, fiction, and allegations of the pagan sources for Easter.

Delusional Philosophy

The atheist Richard Dawkins authored a book entitled “The God Delusion.”  In it, he ridicules Christians specifically for believing God’s existence.  While Dawkins travels through a litany of stories, anecdotes, and diatribes, he never really gives a defense for his own position and why…

Taking Counsel

Family, friends, political leaders, and professors all have counsel to give to us.  Much is wise learned from experience and wisdom gathered over the years.  We do well to listen to such tested counsel.  However, some counsel is just plain wrong and foolish.  If…