For the last several weeks, I’ve been outlining Reasons To Believe’s apologetics methods and hermeneutical principles.
In part 1, I reviewed the different apologetics methods Christian … more
Both friends and adversaries raise questions about Reasons To Believe’s apologetics methods and hermeneutical principles. This five-part series has been intended to address those questions.
In … more
In part 1 of this four-part series on Reasons To Believe’s interpretation methods, I reviewed the different apologetics methods used by Christian leaders and explained why I believe all the … more
View my YouTube presentation “5 Reasons God Exists.”
If you visit this video on YouTube, please beware of the vulgar and ad hominem remarks left by certain skeptics. more
In part 1 of this four-part series on Reasons to Believe’s apologetics and hermeneutical methods I reviewed the different apologetics methods used by Christian leaders. I also explained why I … more
At the beginning of the series I shared a concern I’ve often heard from skeptics: “Why should I seriously consider Christian truth-claims when Christendom is so deeply divided?” … more
I’m eager to share with you for Today’s New Reasons to Believe, I feel compelled to take a brief hiatus and address the many questions and concerns both friends and adversaries raise about … more
Distinguished “Oxbridge” literary scholar, prolific writer, and lay Anglican theologian, C. S. Lewis continues to influence Christian thinking in the twenty-first century. In this second … more
The Christian church has been graced with brilliant and influential thinkers since its inception. A “who’s who” of such individuals includes the Apostle Paul, St. Athanasius, St. … more
I grew up in the 70s: channeling Evel Knievel on my bike, carrying a Star Wars lunch box, and having some rather unfortunate encounters with bell-bottom pants. I’m sure I’m not alone in my … more
Eight years ago, a small group of scholars shocked the world when they announced data that could potentially make unbelievers reconsider their skepticism about Jesus (see Biblical Archaeology Review, … more
Sandra and I both love to crochet. She is the Jedi master and I, the humble padawan to whom she taught the craft. As I’ve developed my skills with hook and yarn, I’ve learned different … more
Last week presented me with a challenge: teach creation to a group of children at a church that defaults to the 24-hour view—my church.
Two years ago I had faced the same situation. It … more
Straight Thinking #76: The Best of Straight Thinking…Apologetic Model: RTB's Five Point Interpretive Approach more
Straight Thinking #74: The Best of Straight Thinking…Golden Rule of Apologetics: Avoiding the Straw Man more
Like a good movie, we want our words to be remembered when witnessing to others. But when it comes to science apologetics, using a one-liner—“It’s so complicated God must have done … more
In part one of this two-part series, I discussed my 7-day trip to Tasmania, Australia, during Holy Week of this year. This was the longest ministry-related trip I had ever taken.
During my time in … more
During Holy Week of this year my wife, Joan, and I flew to Tasmania, Australia, where I was to deliver several apologetics lectures. Tasmania is a small island located below the Australian … more
German philosopher and atheist Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900) was the first to proclaim, “God is dead.” Nietzsche holds an important position in the history of philosophy, serving … more
Several years ago, Christian thinker and author Os Guinness wrote a provocative book: Fit Bodies Fat Minds: Why Evangelicals Don’t Think and What to Do about It. He illustrates that … more