Women in Apologetics


Worldview Comparison Series: Our Origin According to Buddhism

Written by Daniel J. McCoy, contributing writer Where did we come from according to Buddhism? For the Abrahamic religions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam), the answer is straightforward. We came from God! God created us, and even though we have fallen from God, these religions teach us how to reconcile with

Are Science and Christianity Related?

When it comes up in conversations that I’ve studied science and religion, people often respond with some variation of “Aren’t those the opposite of each other?” The popular understanding is that Christianity and science don’t go together, that either they don’t overlap or they’re conflicting. While these are common notions

Is God a Moral Monster? Violence in Christian Scripture

The Charge Against God If you’re familiar with atheist Richard Dawkins, you’ve probably heard him describe the God of the Bible as “a vindictive bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser, a misogynistic, homophobic racist, an infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevolent bully.”[1] How might we evaluate and respond to such a

Worldview is a Framework of Beliefs

Everyone has a worldview, even though many do not understand, cannot articulate, and certainly do not acknowledge it.  Worldview, or one’s “view of the world,” informs every decision we make from sunup to sundown, including the foods we eat, the clothes we wear, and the shops we patronize. It affects

Technology and AI in the Life of the Christian

That technology has a fundamental impact on the average American’s life is indisputable.   From our cell phones to smart watches to ChatGPT, technology and artificial intelligence (AI) is everywhere. We’re spending more time consumed with technology and less time personally interacting with other people. One study, for instance, revealed that

In Light of Eternity

By La Nej Garrison Hollywood assumes to shed provocative insight into the cultural perspective of those of us who are followers of Christ. These narratives are interesting and challenging. Recently, I watched a movie whose depiction of Christianity and biblical interpretation questioned what it means for Christians to suffer. In

Christianity’s Impact on the World

It has been said many times before that ideas have consequences, and indeed they do. The ideas—the truths—that were revealed and spread with the coming of Christ and the penning of the New Testament, changed the world far and wide, always for good, wherever they took root. From the sanctity
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