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Why Christians Need to Understand the Nature of Circumstantial Evidence (Video)

How are these two forms of evidence used in criminal trials, and what can we learn from their use to help us make the case for Christianity?

Hillsong's Joel Houston Clarifies Evolution Views After Sparking Debate With Worship Song 'So Will I'

With one of Hillsong United's latest hits, "So Will I (100 Billion X)," at the center of a creation versus evolution debate, worship leader Joel Houston is setting the record straight on where he stands.

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Episode 470: Christine Caine // How to Leave Fear Behind, Move Forward in Faith, and Embrace the Adventure

On this episode of the Catalyst Podcast Tyler Reagin sits down with Christine Caine for a conversation about walking into the life God has for us by moving from fear and worry about ourselves to hope and trust in God.  

Teach Kids How to Defend Their Faith

I resisted the trend at first. My kids will ride their bikes like kids have done for decades, I thought. But one day my son fell off his bike and hit his head shockingly hard. Fortunately he was OK, but the incident awakened me to the reality of what can happen in the blink of an eye. We were off buying helmets for my kids faster than you could say "sizes 3, 4 and 5, please."

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For though we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world does. The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ.

Is It Possible for an Infinite Number of Past Events to Exist?

For more resources visit: In February 2015, Dr William Lane Craig visited Rutgers University in New Jersey at the invitation of the campus Christian group Ratio Christi. He gave an evening lecture on the subject “The Existence of God and the Beginning of the Universe” to a packed auditorium of several hundred students. Although some pushback was anticipated, the audience, which was composed of both believers and nonbelievers, proved to be very open, and a wonderful time of interaction for an hour and a half afterwards took place. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains short clips: Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: Like the Reasonable Faith Facebook Fan Page:

WHAT IS MAN?: Adam, Alien or Ape? Special Pre-order Price Only $3.99!

Dr. Andrews’ credentials as a scientist and theologian are many—he is one of those individuals who has more letters after his name than there are in the alphabet (ok, yes, that’s a bit of hyperbole there), but he is also a truly humble man. At 85 years old he remains as sharp and well-spoken today as he was back when I first knew him— back when he was, well… 80. He’s even publicly debated Richard Dawkins!

Did Jesus Have a Wife? | Cold Case Christianity

Yes, if scraps like this are to be trusted over the New Testament gospels, there is a lot to rethink. But there’s no reason to trust anything other than the canonical gospels. They are the earliest and most reliable descriptions we have of Jesus. The picture of Jesus in these gospels was consistently repeated from apostolic teacher to student, from the original eyewitnesses to the second generation of believers (like Ignatius and Polycarp), to the third and fourth generation of disciples (like Irenaeus and Hippolytus) and beyond. This picture of Jesus as the unmarried, miracle working Son of God who died on the cross and rose from the dead was repeated for 300 years before this particular scrap of papyrus was ever penned.

Did C.S. Lewis Warn Against Christian Hedonism?

What he says is “Fully to enjoy is to glorify.” He probably meant “Fully to enjoy is to glorify fully .” I doubt that C.S. Lewis meant — and I’m sure he didn’t, given other things he says — I doubt that he meant the only glory God gets from our enjoyment of God is the glory he gets when our joy is total, complete, full, or perfect. No, Lewis doesn’t think that. Now, whatever Lewis meant, that’s not what I mean in the summary of Christian Hedonism.

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Beauty as Evidence for Intelligent Design

The existence of ugliness, pain, sorrow, and in particular human evil, are often used as evidence that there is no designer, or more specifically no God, because if he were good he would not permit suffering. The world would need to be a perfect place in order to support the idea of a good designer.

Renewing Your Mind | The Hill Difficulty | Jun 29, 2018

Day-to-day life can challenge Christians’ zeal and sense of purpose. Today, Derek Thomas continues his discussion of The Pilgrim’s Progress and warns of several dangers and pitfalls along our spiritual journey.

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Monopoly and the Meaninglessness of Life

No wonder there is so much emotional and relational emptiness. No wonder there is so much addiction and depression. If there is no purpose to life, then does it really matter what we do? We can try to pretend our lives have meaning, but like the imaginary game of “Monopoly,” each move is ultimately pointless.

Weekend Apologetics Hit & Misc: The Wonders of the Universe

For though we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world does. The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ.

Why Science Does Not Disprove Miracles | Stand to Reason

Recently, when I asked an atheist why he was an atheist, the first reason he gave was that “science has disproved God.” When I asked what he meant by that, he started listing miracles in the Bible—such as the virgin birth—that were impossible for him to believe “because of science.”

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What to pray for this week: Let us grasp that to stand for the right to life of all innocent human beings, especially the unborn, the disabled, and the terminally ill is required of us. Download 21 Days of Prayer for Life!

Why the Universe Is the Way It Is - Kindle edition by Hugh Ross. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @

I've read quite a few books in Christian apologetics but no where have I found a book such as this. Hugh is if you didn't know on the Autism spectrum and his talent is that he can fit enormous complex concepts together and make sense out of them (a paraphrase of his words). It definitely shows in this book. It is a fully consistent scientific and biblical look at the reason for all of creation and how it in his view fits together. When I've seen Hugh challenged at atheist confereces, I've personally never seen anyone challenge his science, (unlike a Ken Ham) they just challenge his theistic implications. This book is fascinating, even if you happen to disagree with him I promise you will learn something you didn't know. I've already bought an extra copy for some of my family and will probably be getting a few more for friends.


Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement from the #SupremeCourt . It's likely his replacement will be considerably more conservative than he has been. This possibility has been causing lots of folk to ask: “Is it possible that Roe v. Wade will be reversed?”


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The Overturning of Roe v. Wade and the Possibility of Cultural Change | The Stream

I fear we will on the other hand have much more difficulty finding common ground on a solution to gay “marriage.” Many people believe it’s still okay for the government to have its sticky fingers all over the institution of marriage, and to merely favor real marriage with legal benefits while denying gay unions those benefits; but such a solution is to me painfully short-sighted, failing to recognize that such a state of affairs is not sustainable; it will simply shift the next time the radical left gains power. We ought, in my opinion, to be working towards extricating marriage in its entirety from the domain of the government and placing it back in the hands of the religious community, complete with total 1st amendment protections for consciencious abstention from “marriages” one does not believe are legitimate.

Answering Islam LIVE (June 28, 2018)

David Wood and Anthony Rogers will be answering questions "Answering Islam LIVE"! Here's a link to Anthony's Patreon page:

Helping Our Kids to See God When They Can't Actually SEE Him

The other night, as I was tucking my five-year-old son into bed, I was encouraging him to pray. He asked Jesus into his heart nearly a year ago and has such a passion for studying the Bible, but he still struggles with the concept of prayer. And I have to admit, this has been a more difficult thing to teach than I originally thought it would be. I want him to know he can pray to God any time about anything but I don’t want him to think God is up there to grant all of our wishes. We are to take everything to God in prayer, but we are to ask according to the Lord’s will. That is often hard for adults to understand, so it is definitely a difficult concept for a five-year-old to grasp. He has moments where his prayer requests are so sweet and thoughtful, like when he would pray for his Grandmama when she was battling leukemia. But then, sometimes he’s asking to win a t-ball game. But honestly, is that so different from our prayers at times?

5 Misconceptions About Parenting That Will Hinder Your Children from Coming to Jesus

The answers would certainly vary, but how often do we hear a parent say, "I want my child to have learned piety in our family?" Would even Christian parents give such an answer? One definition of piety is "devotion to religious duties." The faithful observance of duty in a culture as feeling-oriented as ours sounds less than interesting. Yet devotion to duty ensures that what is right and important gets done, however, we feel about it at the moment. Devotion to duty is a part of good character, and devotion to religious duty-piety-is an essential part of godly character.


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The New City Catechism is available in two print editions published by Crossway. The original book features short and long versions of all 52 questions and answers and is perfect for use in both the home and the church. The devotional edition pairs each question and answer with a Scripture reading, a short prayer, and a devotional commentary, making it ideal for personal reading and meditation.

5 Bad Arguments You Shouldn't Use Against Skeptics

Apologetics, by definition, is the art and science of making a defense. In the case of Christian apologetics, it would be the art and science of defending the Christian faith. The weight of such a matter is important for the listening ears. Therefore, if we implement really good reasons for the Christian faith we will make inroads with skeptics. However, the use of bad reasons will cease conversation. With this in mind, here are five really bad arguments you should never use with skeptics.

Do Greek Gospels Mean Weak Gospels?

Recently, while on a trip across the country, I was reading a book that repeated a common argument against the gospels being eyewitness accounts.  Here’s the basic argument:  There’s no way that the gospels were written by people who were actually with Jesus.  In particular, the books of Matthew and John could not have been written by any of Jesus’ disciples.  Why?  Because Jesus and his disciples spoke Aramaic, yet the earliest existing copies of the gospels were written in Greek…and good Greek at that.  There’s just no way that these semi-literate people from the backwater of Judea could have written these books in Greek.

A Logical Faith

A mother choked back tears as she related the heartbreaking news. Her son Miko, studying at a state university, had abandoned his Christian faith. Miko's major was psychology, a field where most theories are secular and often hostile to a Christian worldview. (Early 20th-century psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud set the tone, treating Christianity as a symptom of emotional immaturity.)

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Oh how this resembles my current season 👇🏼 “....stepping into places that feel unsafe, that make me look foolish, daring to care about broken things that may never be fixed. God dares me to pray for release for the person who seems beyond hope.”…

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“My soul will be satisfied as with fat and rich food...when I meditate on you, O Lord.” Psalm 63:5-6. The word “as” (כְּמֹ֤ו) forces the all-important issue. Does our soul taste God “as” our tongue tastes food? Are we alive to spiritual pleasures, or only physical sensations?


The difference between bypassing the cross and taking up the cross is the difference between death and life. Yet many of our churches today preach the former and ignore the latter. May God help us!

Hope for People with Food Allergies

“Man shall not live by bread alone” (Matt. 4:4). But what happens if you can’t eat bread at all? Or fruit? Or dairy? Or eggs? For a growing number of people, this is their world. This is my world. If you don’t suffer from food allergies, you likely know or love someone who does—a brother, a sister, a wife, a child, a church member. As Christians—and members of Christ’s body—we have an opportunity to bear one another’s burdens (Gal. 6:2) as we live and eat alongside people with food allergies. Significant Personal Trial During my sophomore year of college, I began to experience intense stomach pain that rapidly worsened. The next five years were marked by symptoms ranging from irritating to debilitating. After countless doctor visits, medical tests, physical lethargy, and soul fatigue, I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis and placed on an immune system suppressant. Several flare-ups, lingering illness, more strong medications, and two additional diagnoses later, I was left holding a stack of pamphlets about treatment and diet. I had no idea where to begin.

Think Biblically: Conversations on Faith & Culture by Talbot School of Theology at Biola University / Sean McDowell & Scott Rae on Apple Podcasts

In this stimulating conversation with Dr. Russell Moore, Talbot Professor Dr. Scott Rae explores how to navigate the difficult terrain of meaningful cultural engagement while staying faithful to the Bible. Dr. Moore is the President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, the public policy and ethics think tank for the Southern Baptist Convention, the largest Protestant denomination in the U.S. Dr. Moore is featured regularly in various news media and has become one of the leading spokespersons for Christian faith in public life. Join us for this insightful discussion. [Show notes, including a full transcript and more information on today's guest are available at]

Answering Islam LIVE (June 29, 2018)

David Wood and Anthony Rogers are answering questions and responding to objections dealing with Christianity and Islam on "Answering Islam LIVE." Christians, Muslims, and anyone who is interested in serious discussion are welcome to join in. Anthony's Patreon page: David's Patreon page:

Who Made God? An Interview with Edgar Andrews

What do all of those letters after your name actually stand for? The first three (BSc, PhD and DSc) are earned academic qualifications while the remainder (FInstP, FIMMM, CEng and CPhys) are professional qualifications. My Bachelor’s degree was in theoretical physics; the ‘doctor of philosophy’ degree was awarded for research, and the ‘doctor of science’ degree is a higher doctorate awarded for eminence in a given field, as judged by the quality of peer-reviewed publications.

Can We Please Show Some Civility and Restraint in the Aftermath of the Annapolis Massacre?

From the bottom of my heart I'm making an appeal. To my fellow radio and TV commentators. To other journalists. To all of us posting on social media. Please. Can we show some restraint and demonstrate some civility in the aftermath of the latest mass shooting in our country?

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BreakPoint This Week: John Stonestreet & Ed Stetzer review a whirlwind week at the U.S. Supreme Court, with victories for religious liberty and pro-life groups and the retirement of Justice Kennedy, the court's longtime "swing-vote"

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Frank reflects on the life of Charles Krauthammer who just recently passed away then retakes the topic of his last podcast that focused on the question “What worldview best explains the biggest questions in life?” He deals with some of the most important questions we need to answer. Questions such as: Why is the universe fine-tuned? Why is there reliable cause and effect? Why is there such a thing as evidence? How did life begin? and many more. Listen to find out the answer to these questions.

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Were The Gospels Written By The Disciples Originally In Greek?

The questioner can't name the scholars, and just started looking at the topic in question but he's absolutely sure that the evidence falsifies what Frank is saying... 🤔

Is the Origin of Life a Scientific Question?

A better approach might be to assert that the only reason why we have not observed abiogenesis is that it so rarely happens. That is a logical possibility, but it has no empirical evidence to support it. Belief in abiogenesis is the reason that so much attention is given to the search for evidence of life elsewhere in the universe. This search takes many forms, such as programs leading to the discovery of extrasolar planets, planets orbiting other stars. So far, we have found about 2,000 other planets, but none are clearly earth-like, that is, suitable for life. Another manifestation for the search for life elsewhere is the seemingly never-ending missions to Mars. Each mission to Mars reveals no evidence for life on Mars (and frequently shows just the opposite to be the case), which is followed by the next mission that appears to be based upon the premise that we just haven’t looked in the right parts of Mars yet. Then there is SETI, the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence. SETI operates by listening for radio broadcasts from planets orbiting other stars. The first SETI program was in 1960.


"Our Uncivil Age" According to one story, a newspaper once asked #GKChesterton what was wrong with the world. With his typical insight, he simply replied, “Dear Sir, I am.” I think he was onto something.

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The prospect of replacing Kennedy with someone who will overturn Roe v. Wade is welcome, but the struggle to protect life continues. Salvation, as Chuck Colson used to say, will not arrive on Air Force One. It won’t be wearing black robes, either. #SCOTUS

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53 Dads, Date Your Daughter’s Boyfriend
54 Get Your Eternal Vision Checked
55 God Doesn’t Waste Words
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57 ‘When Helping Hurts’: How One Book Changed Care for the Poor
58 What is Heresy (and What is Orthodoxy)? (Podcast) | Cold Case Christianity
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60 Don’t Be Overcome by Statistics, Overcome Statistics with the Gospel
61 Book Review: Sharing The Good News With Mormons by Eric Johnson and Sean McDowell
62 The Bible Has Been Translated Many Times Over, so How Can It Be Reliable?
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68 Kettering church 'shocked' by verger's death in A47 crash - Premier
69 Gay Republican Beat by Leftists; Supreme Ct Prolife; Islamists Kill; Bible Law School Shut Down
70 Placing the Cross in History
71 Will God Ever Give Us More Than We Can Handle?
72 How Bacteria Affect Your Everyday Life
73 The Most Important Skill Nobody Taught You – Personal Growth – Medium
74 Ed Sheeran's wedding chapel plans refused - Premier
75 The Joyful Longing of Paul McCartney’s ‘Carpool Karaoke’
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77 Islamicize Me Day 23: Dawah to Jews
78 Study finds the nonreligious can be more close-minded than the religious
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80 What Does “Meaning” Mean?
81 America's Christian Roots
82 Former WWE star 'went home to be with Jesus' after cancer battle, aged 38 - Premier
83 When Science Masquerades as Philosophy
84 3 Things Your Calling Is Not
85 Senators raise case of jailed pastor Andrew Brunson with Turkey's president - Premier
86 Conservatives are adding 'Dear Diary' to Jim Acosta's tweets and it's FREAKING PERFECT
87 Why the Christian Worldview Explains Our Obsession with 'Fake News'
88 The Absolute Worst Bible Stories: What I Noticed When I Read Judges
89 Journalists Blame Trump For Annapolis Shooting Despite No Evidence
90 Muslim Discovers True Peace and Identity
91 7 Unbiased Facts about Jesus' Death
92 Reasons to Believe: Eyewitness Experiences
93 What Is the Scriptural Understanding of Death?
94 Does God Really Save Us by Faith Alone?
95 Are There 'Limits' to God's Power? What Can God Not Do?
96 ‘This is horrific’ – Ted Cruz SLAMS Nazi who snuck into GOP nomination in Illinois
97 How (Not) to Stay Lukewarm
98 Is the Sun Shrinking?