September 18, 2021

Category: apologetics

The Universe Maker and a Book for Early Teens
apologetics

The Universe Maker and a Book for Early Teens

In a past post, I shared a chapter out of a book I’m attempting to write for young teens. Now, anyone can read it, but they are my target audience. While the going is slow, it is still on the path to completion. Early teens have questions, but, from my experience, they want an enjoyable […]

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40 Trillion Reasons Evolution Is Dead
apologetics, intelligent design

40 Trillion Reasons Evolution Is Dead

Almost 160 years ago, Charles Darwin thought life’s diversity could be explained through variation filtered by natural selection. Even though it has changed some over the years as I show later, I think the Darwinian idea is quite dead. Why do I think that? Well, I think it for many reasons, a little less than […]

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The Jesus Story, Was the Resurrection Fiction? [With a Short Video]
apologetics

The Jesus Story, Was the Resurrection Fiction? [With a Short Video]

Someday, someone will probably inform you that the New Testament account of Jesus’ life, death and resurrection is “fiction”. Also, you will probably hear that the accounts are late dated, written generations after Christ, making them more myth then real history. However, if the account of Jesus is false, then Christianity is false! If Jesus […]

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Five Tools to Help Discern Truth from Deception
apologetics

Five Tools to Help Discern Truth from Deception

Who is not mesmerized by the magician’s “trickery”? There is death defying antics, disappearing objects and reappearing people, all based upon illusion, misdirection, sleight of hand and pure skill. Everyone says the same, “how was that done?” Magicians are masters of deception, but they are honest too, telling you upfront they plan to trick you. […]

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Worldview as Story
apologetics

Worldview as Story

Guest post by A.K. Preston. Hollywood screenwriter John Truby, writing in his bestseller The Anatomy of Story, refers to every story as a “moral argument” expressing “the author’s view of how to act in the world.” This is not just (or even primarily) expressed in dialogue, but in the very structure and sequence of the […]

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