Lessons from Bojack Horseman: Looking for Happiness in All the Wrong Places

This particular horse is a washed-up actor living in LA, whose story is used as an outlet for comedy, drama, and social commentary. The show does not present a Christian worldview, but there are a number of things that Christians should take note of. What are the lessons from Bojack Horseman?

Challenges Facing Young Christians

The Solution: Questions and Answers Last time I went over one of the major problems facing Christian students heading for college.  If you’re now thinking, “College can change my views, practically brainwashing me out of Christianity, and I won’t even know it? What am I supposed to do, just never go to college?” Thankfully, it’s Continue Reading

Quick Challenge Answer: You Can’t Prove Miracles from History

Not only will skeptics claim the miracles to be legends added much later to the text, but they have begun to shift the view of miracles entirely. Men like Bart Ehrman will say things like, “A miracle is by definition the least likely event.

The Bible and the Book of Mormon: Is the Difference Simply a Matter of Time?

Their argument was that yes the Book of Mormon’s story is ridiculous, but it’s no better than the Bible. The only reason, he claimed, that we’re able to debunk the Book of Mormon and not the Bible is that one is 2000 years old, the other is only 200.

Quick Challenge Answer: If the Evidence is So Good, Why Don’t More People Believe?

I find it a little bit ironic when I hear skeptics ask this question. Given how often they complain about religious people only listening dogma, you would think they would understand that evidence is not the only thing that persuades people.

Lessons from Doctor Strange: “Looking Through a Keyhole”

2016’s Doctor Strange seems to have largely faded away as yet another super hero origin story. That’s unfortunate because it explores themes and ideas rarely seen in this kind of movie. One in particular sets us up for a very relevant conversation when discussing Christian apologetics.

A Cemetery for the Unborn

I recently stumbled upon an article from January 2018 in World Magazine. The article by Sophia Lee describes a rather unique Buddhist temple a couple hours south of Tokyo. Part of the temple is filled with small statues called mizuko-jizo. Each one, in a sense, represents a child that died before it was born. This Continue Reading