CCM Artists Respond to Deconstruction

However, not everyone is leaving traditional Christianity. In a recent conversation hosted by Alisa Childers, a handful of contemporary Christian music, or CCM, artists respond to deconstruction and discuss why they still believe.

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What Are You Prepared To Do?

“What are you prepared to do?”  That’s the question asked in one of my favorite movies from the 80’s.  The movie is “The Untouchables”, and it stars Kevin Costner, Robert De Niro, Andy Garcia and Sean Connery.  The movie tells the true story of Elliot Ness and his group of “Untouchables” as they try and stop the flow of illegal […]

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Is Objective Truth Still Worth Fighting For?

Are objectivity and neutrality the goal to strive for or an impossible and problematic pipe dream? After taking several journalism classes for my minor, I saw a lot of debate on the issue and think it is a topic that Christians should be ready to discuss.

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What Best Explains Morality?

To call something bad implies there is a good, or a way things are supposed to be. Not just a way we want it to be, but a way it objectively ought to be. If God does not exist, what is the standard for that? What best explains morality? Is it possible without God?

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3 Logical Fallacies Christians Should Know

Why is revealing a bad argument so thrilling? Maybe it’s just my high school debate excitement catching up to me. I think part of it is the human craving to be right and point it out to people. I suspect many people jump into comment section debates in the hopes of having that thrill.

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Understanding Critical Theory Part 2: Truth and Postmodernism

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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Faith Alone, In What?

Faith alone in what?  Sola Fide.  Faith alone.  It’s one of the five “Solas” of the protestant reformation. It communicates the idea that it’s our trust in Christ that saves us, and nothing else.  But what exactly does that mean? They Have Faith, But In What? I was doing research recently on another group that claims to be connected […]

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Apologetics and Wearing the Belt of Truth

I See Dead People

I see dead people. This was of course the famous line spoken by Haley Joel Osment in the movie “The Sixth Sense”.  The 1999 movie tells the story of a young boy that can see and communicate with dead people.   The Sixth Sense was nominated for 6 Academy awards and was the second highest grossing movie of 1999.   […]

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