Merry Christmas! Did It Meet Your Expectations?

Quick Challenge Answer: Is it Wrong to Evangelize?

Do Christians Need to Watch Their Language?

Here’s a topic that is all around us, but is rarely given a serious thought. Like many parents, mine could be pretty strict with the language that came out of our mouths. Swear words were never really allowed to become a regular part of my vocabulary growing up. I would often be that kid who Continue Reading

10 Gift Suggestions For Tent Making Christians

Need a gift for the Tent Making Christian in your life?  With Christmas fast approaching, I thought I would put together my 10 Gifts Suggestions For Tent Making Christians.  One word of caution as you look through this list.  If you are buying a book hoping your non-believing friend or relative will read it, you are Continue Reading

Who Are You Thankful To?

Thanksgiving is just a few days away for us here in the United States.  I‘d like to tell you how thankful I am for all of you that follow the blog and podcast. And thank you for the warm reception my work has received. I have been truly blessed by this experience! Thanksgiving has always Continue Reading

Dads are No Joke: The Importance of Fatherhood

An Introduction To The Problem Of Evil

An Introduction To The Problem Of Evil. In an earlier post, I referenced a recent Barna study that found that the number of professing atheists among Gen Zer’s was almost double that of previous generations.  The study also found that the number one reason that this age group was turning away from God was because Continue Reading

What Christians Need to Know About the Multiverse

The conditions required for life to exist are so staggering that it is not reasonable to conclude that it happened by chance. However, there is one way to get around that issue which some atheists resort to. What if we are in a giant multiverse?

Quick Challenge Answer: Can Other Religions Change Lives?

Christians are not the only ones claiming miraculous transformations. There are countless testimonials about changed lives from Muslims, Buddhists, Mormons, and many more. How are Christians supposed to make sense of those?

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