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

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

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,” [truthXchange.com] 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

What Are the Three Laws of Logic?

January 6, 2015By ARCGeneral Apologetics

By J. P. Moreland – There are three fundamental laws of logic. Suppose P is any indicative sentence, say, “It is raining.” The law of identity: P is P. The law of noncontradiction: P is not non-P. The law of the excluded middle: Either P or non-P. The law of identity says that if a … Read More

Liberation Theology the “Wright” Way

December 15, 2014By ARCGeneral Apologetics

By Clete Hux – With the presidential candidacy of Barack Obama, Liberation Theology has come to the forefront of public attention. This attention is mainly due to Obama’s outspoken pastor, Jeremiah Wright, of the Trinity United Church of Christ (UCOC) in Chicago, Illinois. The controversy caused by Wright raises questions that many people would like … Read More

The Apologetics of Thomas Aquinas

December 9, 2014By ARCGeneral Apologetics

By Norman L. Geisler – Thomas Aquinas was born near Aquino, Italy probably around 1224-5. He attended the University of Naples in 1239 where he encountered the writings of Aristotle which was to have a great impact on his thinking. Aquinas joined the Domincan Order of Preachers around 1243—in spite of the violent opposition of … Read More

Buying Into Scientology

December 3, 2014By ARCGeneral Apologetics

By Craig Branch Scientology is like a chameleon. It attempts to morph or change its profile according to the situation. It’s leaders (and subsequently its followers) are conditioned to believe that the end justifies the means. The end is “Scientology over the world.” There are various means. One category of those means is front organizations. … Read More

Checkers on a Chess Board

November 18, 2014By ARCGeneral Apologetics

By Brandon Robbins – Discussing the debate on the New Perspective of Paul (NPP). Every year my family gets together from across the country for the thanksgiving holidays. Many of my nieces and nephews gather in my father’s library to play a game on my father’s rather large chess table. If you are not a … Read More

What Bible Should I Read?

What Bible Should I Read?

November 17, 2014By ARCGeneral Apologetics

By Craig Branch and Jason Dollar – How do you know which translation to use in your reading and study of God’s Word? Go to a Christian bookstore and note how many different versions are displayed. Quite a few, right? One may reasonably ask how our Bibles can be inspired and inerrant when we have … Read More

Capital Punishment

March 18, 2014By Apologetics Resource CenterGeneral Apologetics

By Kerby Anderson Should Christians support the death penalty? The answer to that question is controversial. Many Christians feel that the Bible has spoken to the issue, but others believe that the New Testament ethic of love replaces the Old Testament law. Old Testament Examples Throughout the Old Testament we find many cases in which … Read More