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The Absurdity of Life Without God

By William Lane Craig – One of the apologetic questions that contemporary Christian theology must treat is what has been called “the human predicament,” that is to say, the significance of human life in a post-theistic universe.   In dealing with this question, Christian theology in a sense does not even attempt to show in any […]

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Five Urgent Apologetic Issues

By Steven B. Cowan – Times change.  And because times change the challenges or objections that arise against the Christian faith change.  In the first century, the biggest challenge that the early church faced was that posed by unbelieving Jews both within and without the church.  The Jewish authorities outside the church persecuted the new […]

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Our Dying Culture

By David F. Wells – What is striking about our culture today is that its corruption is not simply at the edges.  It is not simply found among the cultured elite, the New Class that stands at the gates of our national institutions to bar entry to those whose views are judged to be intolerable.  […]

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Coping with Evil in Real Live

By Howard Dial and Howard Eyrich – There are no non-sufferers in this world. Living in a fallen world and carrying about a death-cursed body is adequate qualification for being a sufferer. Of course there is much more involved in suffering in terms of degrees and kinds of pain and suffering, but all of us […]

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A Biblical Perspective on Evil

By Jason Thompson Like it or not, bad things happen. Life is hard. Pain and suffering are a reality. Catastrophes take place. Hurricanes, earthquakes, and tsunamis take lives. Terrorists crash plains into buildings. Cancer kills millions. Accidents cause physical and mental anguish. Heinous crimes such as robbery, murder, rape, and abuse are impossible to avoid. […]

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What Is the Question? A Look at the “Problems” of Evil

By James K. Beilby More ink has been spilled on the topic of the relationship between Gods existence and evil – the so-called “problem of evil” – than on practically any other apologetic topic. From 1960-1990 there were more than 4,200 publications in the English language alone, more than one publication every two-and-a-half days!1 And […]

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The Gay Gene?

By Jeffrey B. Satinover, M.D. – In this age, in this country, public sentiment is everything. With it, nothing can fail; against it, nothing can succeed. Whoever molds public sentiment goes deeper than he who enacts statutes, or pronounces judicial decisions.–Abraham Lincoln On July 15, 1993, National Public Radio (NPR) made a dramatic announcement on […]

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Getting Out

Some things you should know about the journey out of homosexuality REALISTIC EXPECTATIONS Change happens through process Sometimes people think that if they pray enough or wish hard enough, their homosexuality will just disappear. This is an unrealistic expectation. Changes in the area of sexual orientation happen as a result of a process which usually […]

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How Did We Get Here?

By Erwin Lutzer – We are witnesses to a social revolution, which if successful, will have ongoing repercussions for ourselves, our children and grandchildren. As we shall see, there is reason to believe that this revolution to remake the family has the potential to destroy the very concept of marriage along with freedom of religion. […]

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