Apologetics · C.S. Lewis · Lee Strobel · Louis Markos · Proof for God · Ravi Zacharias

5 Books that Answer Questions about God

There is a branch of theological study which is called apologetics. Many people wrongly believe that this is apologizing for something because of its name. Apologetics is actually “reasoned arguments or writings in justification of something.” In other words it is using argumentation in an attempt to prove something. In apologetics relation to theology, reasoning… Continue reading 5 Books that Answer Questions about God

Abortion · Apologetics · Image of God · Logic · My Body My Choice · Pro-Life

A Discussion of Abortion for the Non-Christian Part II

In a previous post I discussed the idea of abortion being a sin from a Christian perspective (l**ink here). This week my goal is to talk about abortion to the non-Christian. Christians plant their foundation of truth in Scripture, and it is the authority in their lives. For justice to be done on the earth… Continue reading A Discussion of Abortion for the Non-Christian Part II

Abortion · Apologetics · Image of God · Logic · Pro-Life

A Discussion on Abortion for the Christian Part 1

Some of you may assume that I am writing a political post. Certain people or parties take passionate stands on the abortion issue as either pro-life or pro-choice. This is the first of a two part discussion on abortion: the first part will address the topic from a Biblical standpoint; the second will address it… Continue reading A Discussion on Abortion for the Christian Part 1

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In the Beginning God Created Logic

The Christian is losing battles on many fronts. This is not to say that God Himself is losing, God doesn’t lose. This is strictly talking about it from a human perspective. One way I believe that Christians are losing the battle pertains to logic. It may seem odd that logic would have anything to do… Continue reading In the Beginning God Created Logic