This week’s quick challenge question was: “You Can’t Trust The Bible Because It Was Written By Biased Christians”. All authors have a bias. The reason they are writing in the first place is to convince you of something. The question isn’t whether or not bias is present, it’s whether the information presented is accurate or not. If […]Continue Reading
Quick Challenge Answer: There Is No Evidence For God
Quick Challenge Answer: There Is No Evidence For God. If someone makes this claim, the first thing you need to do is establish some ground rules for your reply. What does the other person consider “evidence”? What are they willing to accept as “evidence”? Get clarification on this point prior to giving your argument for God. Without this safeguard […]Continue Reading
How Sure Are You Christianity Is True?
How sure are you Christianity is true? We’ve done articles previously on Peter Boghossian and his “Manual for creating atheists”. One of the standard moves of these Street Epistemologists is to ask you a question. And that question is often “How sure are you Christianity is true”? They will even go so far as to ask you to […]Continue Reading
Quick Challenge Answer: How Can We Trust the Bible If It Was Written By Men?
Put aside Devine inspiration for a moment. All books are written by humans. Does this mean they are untrustworthy? No, it doesn’t. Science books are also written by men. And while a science book may have an error in it that the original author did not intend, we do not consider the book unreliable because we find a spelling […]Continue Reading
Quick Challenge Answer: We Should Doubt Everything.
I’ve heard many people including pastors use this argument in the past to dismiss ideas that they don’t agree with. Being skeptical is good, therefore we should always doubt everything we believe. This statement is self-defeating, however. Should I doubt that I should doubt everything? Because if I doubt everything, then I should doubt my […]Continue Reading
Quick Challenge Answer: You Can Only Know Things By Science
You can only know things through science. This is one of the most common claims in our modern society. “Follow the science” and ” We must make assessments using science” are heard everywhere. But is this really true? Can we only know things through science? A Self Defeating Argument This is what’s know as a […]Continue Reading
Should We Celebrate Jesus’ Birth On December 25th?
Should we celebrate Jesus’ birth on December 25th? In my last post, we looked at the evidence for the census described in Luke 2:1. As we continue looking at the birth narrative in Luke this Christmas season, the next section deals directly with Jesus’ birth: 6 While they were there, the time came for her to deliver […]Continue Reading
Three Reasons God Might Allow Evil
We’ve been exploring the Problem of Evil over the last few posts. We’ve examined the problem of evil itself and described what evil actually is (a lack of good). We have seen that there is no logical problem with both God and evil existing together. As much as these arguments might make sense, they probably […]Continue Reading
10 Seconds to Speak Up
When your faith is challenged, time is short. How can you get your bearings and navigate a conversation with only 10 seconds to speak up?Continue Reading
“Why Are You a Christian” How Will You answer?
This question does not get asked every day, especially by non-Christians. Don’t waste it. This question is essentially an invitation to share the gospel, handed to us on a silver platter. What gospel will you share?Continue Reading