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 […]

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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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Did The Census Described By Luke Actually Happen?

Did The Census Described By Luke Actually Happen? As we begin our look at the Christmas story as related by the Gospel of Luke, we’ll start in chapter 2. Luke begins his account of the birth of Jesus with the following lines: And it came to pass in those days that a decree went out from […]

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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 […]

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What Christians Should Know About Shincheonji Part 2: Cult Practices

Last week I outlined some of the key teachings and history of the South Korean cult, Shincheonji. You probably heard of them earlier this year due to their involvement with the spreading of COVID-19 in South Korea. It turns out they are a steadily growing cult of Christianity that is sending out evangelists worldwide. It […]

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4 Reasons Apologetics Benefits You

If you’ve ever tried to share your convictions with someone (and if you’re a Christian, I would hope that you had!), you know how intimidating it can be.   I’ve been there.  We don’t want to be the one getting tongue tied and fumbling for words. Getting a conversation started is usually the hardest part of […]

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My Encounter with the “God the Mother” Cult

The Top 5 Posts From 2018

This article was originally posted in December of 2018. We recently posted our Top 5 Posts From 2019. Our website was still fairly new when this list dropped last year. As our readership had increased greatly since then, I thought I would repost these articles. Enjoy the top 5 posts from 2018! TMC’s Top 5 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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