It’s common for RTB to receive book recommendations, manuscripts, and review copies of books. For the most part we’re unable to review them, but now and then someone on staff will spare … more
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