The mantra “Don’t Think, Just Believe” isn’t limited to the church, as critics often contend. So writes Nancy Pearcey as she unfolds how to critique any worldview in her latest book Finding Truth: 5 Principles for Unmasking Atheism, Secularism, and other God Substitutes.
Author: Marilyn Stewart
Doubt can be agonizing. But Douglas Groothuis, Denver Seminary, says doubt can lead to a richer, more satisfying faith when handled properly.
Are the New Atheists correct when they insist there is no “proof” for God?” In Mere Apologetics: How to Help Seekers and Skeptics Find Faith, theologian and scientist Alister E. McGrath addresses this challenge as he lays out an A to Z pathway for becoming a skilled apologist for the Christian faith.
When it comes to Hollywood movies that falter on biblical themes, is that really the question? With the recent box office openings of Noah, God’s Not Dead, and The Son of God, Christians should feel gratified. Right? But a quick check of the social media chatter shows the movies have generated some angst among the faithful.
Part three in a three-part interview series with Paul Copan. Some of the “ground clearing” tactics often required today before the Gospel can be presented may be defending the right to speak at all. Paul Copan answers some objections often raised by those outside the Christian faith.
Why Should Christians care about science, cosmology, whether the Big Bang support belief in God, or what the cosmos tell us about God?