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Unlike other religious worldviews, Christianity can be examined evidentially.

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Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day, a day many Americans recognize by wearing green, randomly decorating things with shamrocks and partying. But the holiday has significant religious implications, especially for Christians. So, what better way to learn about the history St. Patrick than through this 20

Pastor John Gray Talks With 'The Breakfast Club' About Leaving Lakewood Church to Pastor in Greenville, SC

In a recent interview with The Breakfast Club, Pastor John Gray opened up about his decision to leave Lakewood Church, one of the largest churches in America, to pastor in the small town of Greenville, South Carolina. "We just feel like that's where God called us. You know Houston is the fourth l

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Why Is Evil Necessary?

What would really happen if God did away with evil? You may have never thought of this before. Frank Turek Explains.

Another Archaeological Find Shows That The Bible Really Is History

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Will God Ever Do Anything about Oppression?

The justice and deliverance that we see in Daniel 5 is a microcosm of a much larger narrative. It is the narrative of the coming of the kingdom of God in Jesus Christ. This is the big story Daniel wants to tell, the story of the coming cosmic victory of the kingdom of God.

Farewell, Stephen Hawking | The Stream

A mighty intellect searching the ends of the cosmos, trapped in a failing and unresponsive body. The poignancy of Stephen Hawking’s condition explains, as much as his contributions to physics, the fact that Hawking was the most iconic scientist on Earth. He died this week at age 76.

What Sets Christianity Apart from Other Religions?

For more resources visit: On April 18th, 2012 William Lane Craig and Klemens Kappel debated the topic "Does God Exist?" in Copenhagen, Denmark. After the debate there was a lengthy question and answer period with the audience. In this clip, the question arises: What sets Christianity apart from other religions? We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel: Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: Add Reasonable Faith On Facebook:

Why Don’t Brilliant Scientists Like Stephen Hawking Believe in God?

This frequently quoted statistic refers to just one of several available studies, and there are two good reasons we shouldn’t consider it to be the representative statistic. First, it’s clear from the other research that this finding was an outlier—the other major studies on this subject suggest that 33 to 50 percent of scientists believe in a personal God, with the numbers even greater if we include those who believe more broadly in a higher power. Second, this study was conducted with a unique group—members of the National Academy of Sciences, an organization of about twenty-three hundred scientists who were elected to membership by other members. We could speculate all day about why these particular scientists are less likely to believe in a personal God, but the bottom line is that this organization is not representative of the broader scientific community. The most that can be said from this study is that 93 percent of scientists who are members of the National Academy of Sciences and responded to the survey don’t believe in a personal God. It’s highly inaccurate to suggest that 93 percent of all scientists are atheists because this is not a representative sample.

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What About the Lost Gospels? With J. Warner Wallace — The Alisa Childers Podcast #17

Did you know that the New Testament Gospels weren't the only ancient texts written about the life of Jesus? How do we know that our biblical Gospels tell the truth about what Jesus did and said? Is the only reason we can't find these other Gospels in our Bibles because they were lost or suppressed? Is there anything we can learn from these extra-biblical accounts? I tackle these questions and more with my guest J. Warner Wallace on today's podcast. *Correction: in the podcast I stated that there are close to 6000 manuscripts for the gospels but that is actually the number for the New Testament as a whole. Sorry for any confusion. ​

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If our sense of right or wrong stems from the imagine of god inside each of us, then we would all agree on moral issues. The fact that people have different beliefs about morality demonstrates that your hypothesis is wrong.


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We all want peace in our relationships, since they are the only things in our lives that will last. In this message series, Pastor Rick helps you understand that to be a peaceful person, you need to be more like Jesus Christ. Join him as he talks more about how God is your perfect model of peace.

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Who Was St. Patrick?

We now celebrate St. Patrick’s Day each year on the anniversary of his death, March 17. Originally, this was strictly an Irish feast day in the Roman Catholic Church to commemorate the patron saint of Ireland. However, Irish immigrants coming to North America brought the tradition with them, and it is now widely celebrated each year. Sadly, few people remember the devoted missionary who stands behind the St. Patrick’s Day tradition.

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John Lennox Reflects on Stephen Hawking's Life & Beliefs

In the wake of Stephen Hawking's death, fellow scientist Professor John Lennox reflects on Hawking's life, work, and beliefs. In 2011, Lennox wrote "God and Stephen Hawking: Whose Design Is It Anyway?" which challenges Hawking’s atheism and demonstrates that far from disproving a Creator God, Hawking’s arguments make his existence seem all the more probable. Get the book: Watch Lennox debate Richard Dawkins: Find more at and .

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This is an a fortiori argument; but it is false that there is no evidence for Jesus’ resurrection. Jesus’ teaching, as well as the history of apologetics, argues against this kind of fideism (faith against or without objective evidence) that Millet wrongly associates with Christianity and rightly associates with Mormonism. The apostle Paul himself cited the many witnesses who saw the resurrected Christ, some of whom were still living at the time he wrote (1 Cor. 15:5–8). Contemporary philosopher and apologist William Lane Craig has written widely on the historical evidence for Jesus’ resurrection. He also publicly debates those who deny this truth. The evidence includes the general historical reliability of the Gospels, as well as the specific and well-attested individual facts of the empty tomb, the many appearances of Jesus to various people at different times, and the apostles’ proclamation of the Resurrection despite the fact that it went against what they themselves had expected of the Messiah. Other explanations for belief in the Resurrection, such as it being a hallucination or a myth created later, simply do not fit the facts.

Why Is My Delight in God So Short Lived?

Here’s a good, honest question from a podcast listener named Seth. “Hello, Pastor John! I believe intellectually that learning about God can provide greater joy than whatever temporary pleasure I may get from the many distractions that this world has to offer, and have experienced times in my life where it has. However, these times are generally short lived and expire very quickly. Could you give me some tips as to how to be more satisfied in the things of the Lord than the things of the world — and in a way that endures? I know that spending hours watching television or playing games throughout the day is a waste of my time, yet I struggle to stop doing these things.”

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Remember Saint Patrick

Deep beneath much of what the day has become is the inspiring mission of Patrick pioneering the gospel among an unreached people, despite the frowning face of the church establishment. Saint Patrick’s Day, in its truest meaning, is not about avoiding the lost, but bringing them good news. It turns out Saint Paddy’s Day really is for the pagans.

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The Mass They Made: What Catholics Believe About Worship

But why does the Lord’s Supper have to be administered by a Catholic priest or bishop? Because, third, the Roman Catholic Church believes in transubstantiation: when a priest or bishop consecrates the bread and wine — and only Catholic priests and bishops can rightly sanctify these elements — the substance of the bread becomes the actual body of Jesus Christ, and the substance of the wine, his blood. Specifically, the once-and-for-all sacrifice of Christ on Calvary is re-presented at the Mass as a bloodless sacrifice, in which the Catholic faithful take part by eating the bread (Christ’s body) and drinking the wine (Christ’s blood). Because Protestants strongly disagree with transubstantiation, the Lord’s Supper that we celebrate is invalid according to the Roman Catholic Church.

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Doesn’t the Bible Tell Christians to Put Homosexuals to Death?

Now that is the kind of book the Bible is. It was written under God’s inspiration over a period of 1,500 years or so through various periods where God dealt with his people in different ways. Not everything that the Bible designed for God’s people Israel under the judges or under the kings or that God designs for Christians under the apostles in the New Testament is the same. Putting to death adulterers, putting to death homosexuals, putting to death the sons who curse their parents, all these penalties belonged to a particular season in the history of God’s dealings with his covenant people, and those dealings have changed dramatically with the coming of God’s Son Jesus Christ into the world. That is the basic nature of the Bible and of redemptive history that we need to get across to our critics.

Lee Strobel Asks, "Are Miracles Real and Still Happening?" | The Stream

What one should look at is the circumstances in which and the people to whom God performs a miracle to. How did the miracle change the person and to those who witnessed it? God does not perform miracles for show or simply because we ask. The Lord’s mIracles speak to the very depth of our heart and soul. I’ve witnessed the power of a miracle and am also a recipient of one. Miracles are transforming, a display of the magnificent power of God.

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What Is an Evangelical?

“An evangelical, at his best, is a person who believes the good news found in the New Testament, that God has sent his Son to die on the cross and rise from the dead, ascend to glory, seated at the right hand of God, coming at the end of the age to redeem his image-bearers from their sin, their condemnation, pouring upon them his Spirit to justify them, sanctify them, and one day glorify them in perfection. It’s all the good news of what God has done, and this demands a response of obedience, repentance, faith.”

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