Quick Challenge Answer: Religion is the Cause of All Wars

It’s not hard to look back in history and find a violent war caused by religion. Skeptics like to bring these up to show that Christianity and all religions are dangerous. From the crusades to 9/11, how many countless people have died? Some will go as far as saying that religion is the cause of […]

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Tent Making Christianity’s Top 5 Podcasts Of 2020

Tent Making Christianity’s top 5 podcasts of 2020.  A few days ago we released our top 5 blog posts of 2020.  I mentioned in that article that we had experienced a 25% growth in readership and web site hits this year.  Considering everything that happened this year, that was a wonderful surprise.  Well, our podcast took an even […]

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The 5 myths of Christmas Day 5

The 5 myths of Christmas Day 5.  In this series we’ve been looking at the 5 common myths about Christmas that pop up every year.   The First Four Myths On day one we saw how early Christians calculated the date of Jesus’ birth.  They believed that Jesus conceived, born and died on the 25th of different months.  And they […]

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The 5 Myths Of Christmas Day 4

The 5 myths of Christmas Day 4.  In this series we’ve been looking at the 5 common myths about Christmas that pop up every year.   The First Three Myths On day one we saw how early Christians calculated the date of Jesus’ birth.  They believed that Jesus conceived, born and died on the 25th of different months.  We also […]

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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 […]

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The Non-Canonical Gospels

The Non-Canonical Gospels.  We are rapidly approaching my favorite time of year.  Yes, the Holiday season!  For obvious reasons, I’m looking forward to it this year more than most. It’s a time to relax and reflect on the coming of our Savior.   But there is another phenomenon that also takes place this time of year.  Maybe you’ve noticed it […]

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5 Reasons Protestants Don’t Include the Apocrypha

Any one of these points on their own may not be enough to fully discredit and understand why protestants don’t include the Apocrypha. When the arguments are all laid out together, the books simply do not stand up. The Apocrypha is not scripture.

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Can Morality Be Judged Across Time?

Can morality be judged across time?  I used to listen to a radio call in show when I lived in Denver. The host of this show used to always say “We live in interesting times”.  Looking back on the past few months, we are indeed living in interesting times.  On top of a worldwide pandemic, we are […]

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Is the Bible a Product of Its Culture?

Are we being truly objective in our thinking? Why is the Bible merely a product of its culture, while we are simply right? We read these texts with our skewed 21st century lens and assume that we know what is right.

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The Archeological Evidence For King David

The archeological evidence for Kind David.  I once had a Facebook exchange with another Christian that claimed the Bible was just a book of faith.  His claims were similar to the ones I often hear from Christians and non-Christians alike: “History relies on certain proofs like artifacts and written documents from the time. The Bible has very […]

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