Seems unfair that God would send them to hell, doesn't it?
Truth is, there are many things science can’t prove, and probably never will.
It is a common idea that all religions lead to God, just by different paths. But do they actually claim to help you find the same God?
Many believe science and religion are at opposite ends of the pole. Is there a way they can meet in the middle?
Can we use science to prove the Bible is God’s Word?
Who you are doesn't have to remain a mystery. God has clearly told you all you are in his eyes.
Many people claim to be spiritual. What exactly does that mean? Are all viewpoints equal?
There is no doubt a man named Jesus existed. Why does his life still have so much impact on people today?
Is there a reason why so much injustice and suffering exist in the world? How can we change it? Or can we?
Does the idea of Jesus having to die for our sins seem unjust to you?
Is there a contradiction between the existence of God and the existence of evil?
Are you living life to the max or just trudging through it day by day? We all want to feel fulfilled. Here is a way worth considering.
It’s been said there is a natural God-shaped hole in all of our hearts that only he can fill. Do you believe that?
It’s not the absence of belief in God, but the absence of God that undermines objective morality.
Even though it is possible that God could have a good reason for permitting evil, is it probable?
Most people’s rejection of God is an emotional issue more than an intellectual one.
Do you believe that Jesus rose from the dead? What is the basis for that belief?
Within shocking seconds, everything has changed...
If we disagree with another person’s sense of justice, they will appear to be unjust to us.
How can there be both good and evil in this world?
“If a perfectly good God cannot permit unjustified evil, then what happens when an entire culture becomes an unjustified evil?”
A new situation, but the same timeless question: “Why Does God Allow Suffering?”
Does the skeptical claim that the authors of the Gospels are actually unknown hold up under scrutiny?
When you begin to conceive of a magnitude of beauty so powerful that the universe itself is unable to contain it, you have taken the first tiny step toward understanding who and what God is. Then do the same for justice, joy, music, love, purity, and every perfect gift.
Should Christians celebrate Christmas?
Did you know that the historical origin of Easter is the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead in 33 AD? The question is, what reasons do we have, in the 21st century, for thinking the resurrection actually happened, and why does it matter?
Did you know that the best historical evidence showing that the tomb of Jesus became empty under highly unusual circumstances came from a non-Christian source?
History shows that there was an explosion of Christianity across the Roman empire in the first century. This does not prove that Jesus rose from the dead, but if one wishes to deny it, then the skeptic is left having to explain this explosion of belief while, at the same time, denying that what they believed happened, actually happened.
The existence of evil actually provides an argument for God!
An atheist friend of mine, former leader of his church youth group, thinks the concept of Hell is brutal coercion and if God is good, he can’t possibly allow Hell to exist. Would you agree with him? Does the concept of Hell offend your senses?
Even the most evil person on the planet has caused only a finite amount of harm to others. So does an eternal Hell for a finite amount of evil seems like a miscarriage of justice of infinite proportions?
One of the most significant moments of life was when I understood that Jesus Christ’s death on the cross paid the penalty for all my sins – past, present & future. What fantastic news that was to me that even my future sins had been paid for already! It radically changed my life by altering the way I related to God.
Whenever we think of Hell, we get images of torture, burning of bodies, darkness, and ugly demons with pitchforks in our minds. But why can’t Hell be a nice and fun place, like a five-star resort, even if we need to keep the evil people there?
Is it possible that you know some actions are morally right or wrong even though you can't demonstrate it?
Do moral dilemmas provide good reasons to deny moral absolutes?
Here’s my story of how I discovered that Christianity’s holy book is not what I once so strongly believed about it.
Please take a deep breath and relax as you're about to take part in a journey of discovery of how the process of testing an ancient text's reliability is broken down into three evidence tests.
If an investigation is like a puzzle, do you really need all the pieces to come to a reasonable conclusion or see the big picture?
Find out how the Bible holds up against the internal evidence test.
Find out how the Bible fares against the bibliographical and external evidence tests.
Since different cultures have different moral values, then morality must be relative to each culture, right? And to be truly tolerant we must hold that all moral views are OK, right? Not so fast. How much thought have you really given to these beliefs?
Human sacrifices seem bizarre and appalling to us, and it is now so mainstream to judge past societies by today’s standards. Here's how to understand the almost sacrifice of Isaac.
Can human flourishing ground objective moral obligations?
To be a Christian apologetic doesn't mean you go around saying, "Sorry, I'm a Christian." In this series, you'll find a variety of articles that provide philosophical as well as practical responses for some of the toughest questions out there.
Read my story of how I discovered that the Bible is a reliable source through a simple overview of a book that was given to me as an unexpected gift.
In this series of articles, Michael Horner, philosopher and apologist, invites us to consider whether the existence of evil and suffering provides adequate reasons to conclude that an all-good, all-powerful God does not exist. He points out that it is common for people to approach the question from two quite different perspectives, intellectually and emotionally, and that each perspective requires a uniquely tailored response. The investigation ends with a surprising twist.