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Evangelism and Apologetics are the two sides of the same Christian gospel. They’re both different and complimentary. While evangelism defines what the gospel is, apologetics explains why the gospel is necessary. In order for Christians to effectively reach the minds and hearts of people with the truth claims of the gospel of Jesus Christ, they must be equipped with a culturally relevant apologetic that will enable them to contend for the Christian faith in arenas of resistance.

Are There Contradictions in the Bible?

By Jason Dollar and Steven B. Cowan – Many skeptics and unbelievers say the Bible cannot be trusted because it contains errors and contradictions.  We have never personally seen one, but antagonists continue to maintain that they are there.  One online skeptic writes, “When the Bible is examined with dispassion and with objectivity, it soon […]

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Can We Know Christianity Is True? Part Three

by Steven B. Cowan – Part 3 We concluded in the previous installment of this essay that knowledge does not require having absolute certainty. We can know things, even very important and controversial things, even if we can’t have the kind of certainty about it that rules out all possibility of doubt. But, the question […]

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Can We Know Christianity Is True? Part Two

by Steven B. Cowan – In the last issue of the newsletter, I showed that Scripture supports the notion that Christian truth-claims can be known and are not simply matters of subjective opinion. Part 2 continues with a discussion of the nature of knowledge and its connection to the human desire for certainty. Knowledge and […]

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“God’s Not Dead” Movie Review – Truth or Consequences, Part 1

Review by Jim Edwards – If I had to pick one movie today that every Christian teenager should see, this is it. This movie reveals the truth of God’s existence using non-biblical scientifically derived information and some of the consequences of believing otherwise in the here and now. This movie also provides excellent examples of […]

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Can We Know Christianity Is True? Part One

By Steven B. Cowan – (Part One) Many Christians today have adopted the secularistic view that religious and moral matters are simply matters of faith or opinion. But I would like to argue instead that Christians ought to stand firm in the conviction that God’s existence and other Christian beliefs are things that can be […]

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What Are the Three Laws of Logic?

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 […]

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The Apologetics of Thomas Aquinas

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 […]

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Apologetics and Evangelism

Author: Jimmy Williams – Today as never before, Christians are being called upon to give reasons for the hope that is within them. Often in the evangelistic context seekers raise questions about the validity of the gospel message. Removing intellectual objections will not make one a Christian; a change of heart wrought by the Spirit […]

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