August 1, 2021

Tag: church

A Post-Election Plan For A True Cultural Revolution | iApologia
Christian worldview

A Post-Election Plan For A True Cultural Revolution | iApologia

Mao Zedong’s “Great Leap Forward” was dubbed the “Cultural Revolution,” but it was neither. Instead of a leap forward, it was a leap back. Instead of a cultural revolution, it was a cultural devolution. People’s freedom and liberty were stolen. People’s wealth and property were stolen. People’s lives through forced labor camps, mass hunger and […]

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The Christian Response During Social Unrest | iApologia
Christian worldview

The Christian Response During Social Unrest | iApologia

Social unrest during this trying time is on the rise. Everyone seems to be concerned with the trajectory of today’s COVID-19 crises. As I look at the whole situation, a number of intersecting concerns come to mind. First, I’m concerned about this serious disease. The virus is virulent, people are getting sick and some are […]

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Hitler’s God: 3 Reasons Hitler Wasn’t Christian
apologetics

Hitler’s God: 3 Reasons Hitler Wasn’t Christian

Does a man identifying as a six year old girl strike you as satire or reality? Either answer would be correct. You see, it’s becoming hard to discriminate between satire and reality. Consider these other examples: A woman who identifies as baby. A woman who identifies as an elf. A 69 year old man who […]

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Christmas: When God Became Man | iApologia
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Christmas: When God Became Man | iApologia

We all know that Jesus of Nazareth was a singular person who had a singular mission, a singular message and singular deeds. Two of the most epic, however, are the unnatural events that bracketed his life: when he entered this world and when he exited this world. Let’s just slide over and carefully examine his […]

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