Two More Arguments that Point to God’s Existence

August 31, 2023By ARCCulture, General Apologetics

by Steven B. Cowan – Many arguments for God’s existence appeal to objective features of the physical uni­verse as their starting points.  For example, the cosmological argument (the “where­ did-it-all-come-from” argument) begins with the existence of the universe and seeks an explanation for why something exists rather than nothing.   The argument concludes that the existence … Read More

Pro-Homosexuality or Anti-Christian?

Pro-Homosexuality or Anti-Christian?

November 5, 2015By ARCCulture

By Craig Branch – November/December 2008 Worldviews – With the dramatic postmodern turn in our culture, standards and even laws are all up for review. But the competition for whose morality will be legislated is resulting in hostility and repression of Christianity. We see this growing trend in the popularity of the militant atheists and … Read More

Morality and Capitalism

March 19, 2014By Apologetics Resource CenterCulture

By Paul A. Cleveland – Critics of capitalism often argue that free enterprise promotes the worst kind of human behavior and, therefore, must be rejected if moral human action is to prevail. They argue that free enterprise promotes jealousy, envy, and greed. In their opinion, life on this planet would be better served if we … Read More