Peter’s New Testament letters are addressed not to a small group of believers in a particular location at a particular time or with a particular gift. They’re written to all of … more
Is it acceptable for a Christian apologist to admit an aspect of Christianity leaves them uncomfortably perplexed?
As a philosopher trained in logic there is one feature of historic Christianity that … more
Cinephiles everywhere will salivate this Sunday as they tune in to watch the 85th Academy Awards. Part of the fun for viewers is picking a winner worthy of a tiny golden man.
While we here at RTB … more
Straight Thinking #205: Apologetics and RTB Core Values more
Episode #237: Without evolution is God the only answer?; Fossil findings and Darwin's influence; Dishonest apologetics; Laws of Thermodynamics more
Sandra Dimas and Krista Bontrager
An interview with theologian Krista Bontrager provides a clearer picture of an amazing true story.
SD: Was Jesus born in a stable because the Bethlehem … more
I first heard the expression “renaissance Christian” from apologist and attorney John Warwick Montgomery as he gave a lecture on the importance of developing the Christian mind. Montgomery … more
Episode #226: Music to God's ears; Does God create people who don't want to live?; Four horsemen and history; How will DNA sequencing affect creation models? more
Many readers of John Walton’s best-selling book, The Lost World of Genesis One, see it as a polemic against concordism and of Reasons To Believe’s concordist view in particular. In The … more
Last week, the comic and pop culture world converged in San Diego for Comic-Con 2012. I attended and am still recovering from all the excitement (i.e., excellent panels, long lines, and camping out). … more
Straight Thinking #172: Christianity's Dangerous Apologetics Enterprise more
What is the best way to show that the historic Christian faith and worldview are true? Christian apologists through the centuries have taken different approaches, but a powerful method gaining … more
I’ve been addressing a potpourri of topics on my podcast, Straight Thinking. The goal of the podcast is similar to Reflections’: highlighting the importance of careful thinking in relation … more
"The evidence for the Christian case is very strong. Though incapable of compelling faith, it is quite sufficient to warrant it."
--Michael Green, Runaway World (Downers Grove, IL: … more
Biomimetics, or biologically inspired design, is an emerging discipline where scientists study designs from nature and adapt them to solve real-world problems. Some classic examples include … more
A casual dinner with my sister reminded me of one of her endearing (and enduring) traits—a penchant for sweets. You’d hardly believe it given her small frame, but she readily fesses … more
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Theology/Apologetics Video Question and Answer: Can one start with the Bible to form a scientific model? more
Tens of thousands of people are affected every day by this latest epidemic: the ironic hipster mustache. What may have begun as nothing more than a hairy badge for hipsters has transformed into a … more
Chemical personalities; Theology of forgiveness; Divine intervention; Angelic battle tactics more
The star mentioned in Matthew 2 remains a favorite holiday topic. Many theories about this famous phenomenon exist, but The Star of Bethlehem, a DVD documentary produced by lawyer Rick Larson, has … more