Freeze Speech

Freeze Speech

March 5, 2021By ARCCulture, General Apologetics

By Dr. Peter Jones – I wrote this text on February 25, 2021, a day when stunning events occurred in the USA that are massive “legal” attacks on the opening line of the Bible: “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he … Read More

Can You Separate Yoga from the Hindu Religion?

Can You Separate Yoga from the Hindu Religion?

February 10, 2021By ARCCulture, General Apologetics

Rev. Clete Hux and Joe Godfrey, Director of ALCAP, discuss Yoga being taught in Alabama Public Schools. The Alabama Administrative Code (AAC), Rule 290-040-040-2 that bans the practice of yoga and meditation in its public school system has been in place for over twenty-seven years. A new bill, HB246, is making its way through the … Read More

Of Capitol Importance

Of Capitol Importance

February 2, 2021By ARCCulture, General Apologetics

Dr. Peter Jones – How does one make sense of the elections? Where is our culture going? What will the future hold? A colleague of mine wrote: “What we need to hear is admission of wrong and repentance.” Posting this appeal for repentance and admission of wrong from fellow believers doubtless implies that all those … Read More

The Radical Divide

The Radical Divide

January 28, 2021By ARCCulture, General Apologetics

By Paul A. Cleveland – The political divide in our country seems to grow bigger each and every day. For many of us we wonder if our country will ever return to some sense of normalcy. Indeed, as Christians we feel that the leftist are mounting what appears a growing attack on the faith. Why … Read More

Yoga in Public Schools

January 19, 2021By ARCCulture, General Apologetics

On this week’s TAB Talks, co-hosts Jennifer Rash and Debbie Campbell talk with attorney Eric Johnston of the Southeast Law Institute and Rev. Clete Hux of the Apologetics Resource Center about allowing the practice of yoga in Alabama public schools. Existing Alabama law bans the practice of yoga in K–12 public schools on the basis … Read More


December 3, 2020By ARCGeneral Apologetics

By Clete Hux Angels. According to Christian belief, these are spiritual, immortal creatures that serve as intermediaries between God and humans.  They live in heaven but can be sent to earth by God for special service.  The word “angel” is derived from the Greek angelos and also translates the Hebrew malak.  Both words mean “messenger.”  … Read More

Positive Obsession

November 6, 2020By ARCGeneral Apologetics

By Clete Hux Narcissism (the inordinate love of self) is a major feature of contemporary American society, and the church has not been a stranger to its influence.  For years Christianity has had its share of self-help therapies and the like.  Most people remember when the PMA (Positive Mental Attitude) craze was in vogue.  That … Read More

Scriptural Admonitions Regarding Mob Mentality, Rioting, and Cancel Culture

Scriptural Admonitions Regarding Mob Mentality, Rioting, and Cancel Culture

September 2, 2020By ARCCulture, General Apologetics

By Paul Cleveland – Given the current riots, mob mentality, and cancel culture that are sweeping across America, now would be a good time to reflect upon the fundamental principles on which our culture rests. Western civilization is rooted in a Judeo-Christian tradition. Historically, in Western communities the Bible was understood as being God’s Word. … Read More

Is It Really About Race?

Is It Really About Race?

June 12, 2020By ARCCulture, General Apologetics

Dr. Peter Jones –  I will never forget the revulsive, heart-wrenching image of George Floyd’s face and neck crushed into the pavement and the coldly passive face of the white cop who refused to let him up in spite of his gasping cries for mercy. The whole world, whatever its ethnicity or nationality, is outraged. … Read More

Resurrection Miracle of Miracles

April 14, 2020By adminGeneral Apologetics

– By Rev. Clete Hux Faith is only as credible as its foundation. Faith in Christ is no exception. For the Christian faith to be credible it must have essential truth at its core. Its foundational truth is the Gospel of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Without Christ, there is no Christianity … Read More

Evaluating the Book of Mormon

April 10, 2020By Keith GibsonComparative Religions, General Apologetics

By Keith Gibson – The Claim The Book of Mormon professes to be the record of the original inhabitants of the Americas who are descended from the Jews in Israel. These Jews migrated from Jerusalem in approximately 600 B.C., shortly before its destruction. After arriving in the Americas, this small group of individuals became divided … Read More

The Incompatibility of Critical Theory and Christianity

The Incompatibility of Critical Theory and Christianity

May 15, 2019By ARCCulture, General Apologetics

By Neil Shenvi and Pat Sawyer – Over the last few years, new terms like “cisgender,” “intersectionality,” “heteronormativity,” “centering,” and “white fragility” have suddenly entered our cultural lexicon—seemingly out of nowhere. In reality, these words and concepts have been working their way through academia for decades, perpetuated by disciplines such as Post-Colonial Studies, Queer Theory, … Read More

Prison Ministry Update – March 2019

April 9, 2019By ARCGeneral Apologetics

By Clete Hux – There have been some new developments and adjustments in ARC’s prison ministry in the last few months. I’m glad to bring this report.  (FCI) Federal Correctional Institute (Talladega, Al.) In our last update, a report was given about the Comparative Religions Course taught at the Federal Correctional Institute in Talladega, Al. We … Read More

Revoice: Sliding into Heresy

August 23, 2018By ARCGeneral Apologetics

By Dr. Peter Jones PUBLIC STATEMENT In attempting to define in my public article, “Revoice: Sliding Into Heresy,” [] the meaning of “queer theory” and its relations to dangerous non-binary thinking associated with the justification of same-sex orientation, I misunderstood and misrepresented the thinking of Rachel Gilson, director of theological development at CRU for the … Read More