Veritas: Science vs Christianity

October 3, 2023By ARCCulture, General Apologetics

by Craig Branch – (The introduction to Areopagus Journal Vol. 5 No. 1 January-February 2005) One of the primary goals we have for producing Areopagus Journal is to provide a sound theological treatment of important worldview issues in a way that bridges the gap between the rarified air of intellectualism and the dumbed-down level of … Read More

Can We Know Christianity Is True? Part Three

May 28, 2015By ARCCommon Objections

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 … Read More

Can We Know Christianity Is True? Part Two

May 28, 2015By ARCCommon Objections

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 … Read More

Can We Know Christianity Is True? Part One

March 20, 2015By ARCCommon Objections

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 … Read More