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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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What Bible Should I Read?

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 […]

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Can Something Be True For You and Not For Me?

By Paul Copan – It’s all relative. . . .That’s true for you, but not for me. . . .That’s just your reality. . . .Who are you to impose your values on others?” You’ve heard statements like these before. They fit with the relativist belief system, which says truth functions more like opinion or […]

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Does Creation Reveal Gods Existence?

by Jim Edwards – The Bible claims there is a supernatural Creator God and that He can be known from His Creation. Apart from the Bible, scientific discovers from examining our physical universe confirms the existence of the supernatural. The Bible’s existence and revelation are consistent with the existence of a Creator. Considering all this, […]

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Does God Exist?

Author: Craig Branch – Atheism: from the Greek a (without) and theos (deity or God). It is a word commonly understood as meaning a denial of the existence of gods. The most fundamental question of religion, of spiritual experience, and of philosophy is: Is there a God? And if there is a God, what difference […]

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Peering Through a Glass Darkly the Problem of Evil

Author: Steven B. Cowan – Responding to the Philosophical Problem of Evil The problem of evil is no doubt the most serious challenge to belief in God. Even religious believers find it troubling that evil exists in the world—and so much evil!  It is puzzling, to say the least, that an all-powerful, absolutely good being […]

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The Resurrection of Jesus Hoax or History?

Author: Steven B. Cowan – “And if Christ has not been raised, our preaching is useless and so is your faith.” (1 Cor. 15:14, NIV) The Apostle Paul hinged everything on the resurrection of Jesus Christ. As he said in 1 Corinthians 15, the truth and meaningfulness of the Christian faith rest on this event. […]

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Has Postmodernism Killed Truth?

By Craig Branch – About 30 years ago a pastor named Frank Barker was sharing the gospel with me, and he told me it was necessary that I both accept the gospel of grace and that I needed to repent (surrender my will and life to the Lord Jesus Christ). At that second condition, I […]

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What About Those Who Have Never Heard?

By Clete Hux – Today we are told we must be tolerant of other people’s beliefs.  Of course, what this means, in politically correct terms, is that, as a Christian, I cannot claim to have found the “only” truth in Christ.  If I do, then obviously I’m biased and am disqualified from rendering an impartial […]

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