Why Do Christians Debate?

Did Math Prove God Does Not Exist?

One night, after my college Algebra class finished, I needed to ask my professor a question about the homework. But I also had a different question. Earlier that night he made a casual comment about how he’s not religious. This wouldn’t be strange, except for the large cross tattooed across his forearm. Seeing a good Continue Reading

I’d Believe If God Would Just….

I’d Believe If God Would Just ____.  Insert your proof here.  “God, if you would just appear to me, I’d believe.”  How many times have you heard those words? This is one of the most frequent requests that non-believers make of God.  And Devine Hiddenness is also one of the most common objections to Christianity.  After all, if God exists, Continue Reading

Ten Years of “Tactics”: The Book That Changed My Life

“Tactics” lit a fire in me like no other book has. Ten years later, that fire has only grown. For the first time, the book itself has also grown. Koukl released the book’s new 10th anniversary edition with a few new chapters and tactics.

Not So Welcome In Church

Not so welcome to Church.  Have you ever felt not so welcome in Church? I have.  As a new believer, I wasn’t privy to the culture of a Church body.  I didn’t speak their language.  I didn’t know the traditions or the social taboo’s I was now expected to be aware of.  This made adjusting to going to Church a Continue Reading

The 5 Days Of Christmas Myths Day 2

The 5 days of Christmas myths Day 2.  In this series we’re looking at 5 common Christmas myths that perpetuate each year.  The culture, and many Christians, accept these myths without question.  No one ever stops to think about where they come from, or if they are even accurate.  We’re taking a closer look at them to see if Continue Reading

The 5 Myths Of Christmas; Day 1

The 5 days of Christmas myths; day 1.  Merry Christmas everyone!  This is always an exciting time of the year.  We are given the opportunity to reflect on the birth of Jesus.  It’s the time of year that we celebrate with friends and family.  Many families have favorite traditions that they look forward to every year, and we are no Continue Reading

Going Viral

Going viral.  It finally happened.  One of my posts on Facebook “went viral”.  I’ve had a few articles we’ve posted here do pretty well in the past.  Some have been shared in other countries, and viewed by thousands of people. But nothing has taken off like a simple meme I shared last week.  As of this writing, it has been Continue Reading

Dads are No Joke: The Importance of Fatherhood

The Cultural Myth Called Moral Relativism

In my last post I wrote about what’s known as a “Cultural Myth”.  These are ideas that cultures hold without really thinking about them. The myth I’m going to discuss in this post is called moral relativism.  This is the prevailing world view in America today.  Almost everyone holds this view.  Moral Relativism states that all morals are products of one’s environment, upbringing, culture or Continue Reading