Category Archives: Apologetics

Four reactions to culture

Wisdom calls us to engage in truth-based dialogue and persuasion in settings like family, work, community and government… Continue reading

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A painful and humbling truth

A painful and humbling truth we must hear… Continue reading

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A neglected area of teaching in the church

How do we remain serious about lines between belief and unbelief (between those who live in the boundaries of saving grace and those who do not), while at the same time showing active appreciation for all that is good, beautiful and outside of those boundaries? Continue reading

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A danger to ourselves

Our demand for freedom without limits has contributed to profound short-term thinking and devolved into forms of self-serving individualism that threaten the stability and future of our communities and, perhaps even, our nation itself.
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Unguided Darwinian process or Intelligent design

Can life be traced back to an unguided Darwinian process or is it more rational to conclude that there was intelligent design behind life? Continue reading

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Compelled by powerful love

What will it take to change a heart turned against God? It will require something as powerful as a creative act of God to open our eyes to our great need. Continue reading

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What do most students entering university believe?

The tension is not about belief in a Creator but whether or not it is safe to believe in one absolute God — especially if one’s beliefs discredit the beliefs of others. Continue reading

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