Category Archives: Apologetics

Science and the Bible [Part 3]

Evolution is the next topic Morris covers. It is a brief but necessary discussion, and Morris covers a large range of issues in what I think is an excellent treatment of the issue for anyone wanting to quickly familiarize themselves … Continue reading

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Science and the Bible [part 2]

One of the books I read while looking into the relationship between science and faith was Science and the Bible, by Dr. Henry Morris. I would highly recommend this book for anyone trying to understand a reconciliation of the seeming … Continue reading

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Science and the Bible

The “battle” between science and Christianity, rages stronger than ever today. At least, that’s how many people see it. But is there really such a dichotomy between science and Scripture? As a seminary student studying to enter the pastorate, I … Continue reading

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Shepherds 360 Conference [Al Mohler]

My church, Colonial Baptist Church, in conjunction with Shepherds Theological Seminary (which I am attending), just concluded their first annual national church leaders’ conference. The theme was, “Christ and our changing culture,” and the speakers included names such as Al … Continue reading

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PAYC 2014 – Our Identity, and the Supremacy of Love [podcast]

In this message from PA Youth Camp 2014, I first talk about our need for Christ to transform us. There is nothing we can do to change who we are – only Christ can transform us. This leads into some … Continue reading

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PAYC 2014 – Glorifying Christ Through Suffering [podcast]

In this message from PAYC 2014, I talk about the nature of suffering in the Christian life, and our need to both trust and glorify Christ through our suffering, even when nothing about our situation makes any sense to us … Continue reading

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Episode 45 – The Ice Age

Originally posted on That's a Fact:
Ice sheets, saber-toothed tigers, and wooly mammoths—the Ice Age sounds like a cool time! But what caused it? And was there more than one Ice Age?

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Defining Inerrancy

Originally posted on Daniel B. Wallace:
Defining Inerrancy: Affirming a Defensible Faith for a New Generation, by J. P. Holding and Nick Peters, published by Tekton E-Bricks on 22 May 2014, is intended to be a response to Norm Geisler…

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A Summary of Apologetic Methods

This post is mainly for my own benefit. You are welcome to read it, or copy it and have it as a resource, but since it is an extremely lengthy piece (almost 4000 words), I don’t expect anyone to read … Continue reading

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An Ancient Apologetic Endeavor

In the second century AD, Christians were being brutally persecuted, and falsely accused of crimes worthy of death. In AD 177, Athenagoras, an Athenian philosopher and convert to Christianity, wrote “A Plea for the Christians.” Athenagoras sent his treatise to … Continue reading

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