Category Archives: Apologetics

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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No belief is true for everyone

How long can a society remain civil if it demands that each person’s opinion is equally valid? Are there truths that all people must accept? Continue reading

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The Bible – an amazing book about life

Read the Bible with an open mind. It answers important questions about the way life is. More importantly, it offers hope by mapping the way out of the darkness of a world full of evil, suffering and death. Continue reading

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God of the vulnerable

“What a contrast. We see God, the most potent and self-sufficient Power imaginable, continually expressing profound concern for the least potent and self-sufficient — the orphan in distress.” Continue reading

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Do we really need “Do not….” commands?

Are we humans really that bad that we need to be told not to spread false reports and accept bribes and twist the words of the innocent?

Perhaps we’d like to believe in some upward version or utopian vision of humanity, but the fact is that we cannot survive without a set of “Do not” laws and a significant means to enforce them. Continue reading

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A realistic understanding of the world

There is no other way of understanding the world that corresponds with reality as comprehensively as Christianity. Continue reading

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