Straight Thinking #146: The Problem of Doubt, part 1 more
Straight Thinking #145: The Devil's Weapon #2: Pascal on Diversion more
Straight Thinking #144: The Devil's Weapon #1: Pascal on Indifference more
On Monday we featured a guest post by RTB volunteer apologist Debra Ronca. Check out more of Debra’s work in an essay that explores how, through the Protestant Reformation, Martin Luther … more
Young earth, old universe? Living in the Matrix; Praying to Jesus; Ishmael's descendents more
My favorite part of the Sunday service at my church is collectively reciting the Apostles’ Creed and receiving the Lord’s Supper (communion). In my church’s liturgy (form of public … more
Throughout history, these theological books have impacted both the church and the world. I chose these works in order to provide a broad scope of historic Christian thought, although I do not … more
Straight Thinking #67: Historic Christian Doctrine: Christ's Impeccability and the Trinity more
Straight Thinking #63: Creeds of Christendom: What are the Four Ecumenical Creeds? more
Straight Thinking #62: Creeds of Christendom: Are Creeds in the Bible? more
Straight Thinking #61: Creeds of Christendom: What's their Purpose? more
The Fall and sickness, Speaking in tongues, The image of God more
These days there’s a bewildering array of Bible translations to choose from. How do we know which one to choose? What difference does it make anyway? For most purposes, any translation will … more
What are the unique doctrinal features of historic Protestant theology?
Early Protestants held three doctrinal positions that have come to be known as the defining characteristics of Protestant … more
What distinctive doctrinal views characterize the beliefs of Protestant Christians?
Early Protestants held three doctrinal positions that have come to be known as the defining characteristics of … more
“I know what you are against, tell me what you are for!”
In part one of this series I discussed the beginnings of Protestant Christianity in the Reformation movement of the sixteenth … more
I love history. For me, fiction and fantasy have never been as captivating and exhilarating as uncovering an accurate understanding of the significant events of the past. As an undergraduate student I … more
(The remaining 500 or so reach into the future and may be seen unfolding as days go by.) Since the probability for any one of these prophecies having been fulfilled by chance averages less than one in … more
A sense of God’s majesty combined with desire for deep spiritual intimacy characterizes one of America’s greatest evangelical thinkers.1 Known as the theologian of God’s sovereignty, … more
A History of Apologetics By Avery Dulles. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock Publishers, 1999. 307 pages. Paperback.
Christian apologists can learn much from the apologetics masters of the past. Yet, … more