Here’s an interview I did on the resurrection: why it matters, how it affects our personal devotion, and the best answers to objections.
Genesis 1:1 tells us several things about the world we live in and sets the stage for how we understand all of the rest of the Bible and creation.
How should we think about the claim that all religions are equally valid, each containing parts of a greater whole of religious truth?
Christianity affirms the virgin birth of Jesus, but Atheism has its own “virgin births” as well.
Should we treat Paul’s writings with the same authority as those of Jesus?
Do we need God to make sense of morality, or can we base it on altruism, empathy, and fairness?
Is religion just about values whereas science tells us about facts?
Is Christianity just for Earthlings? And how should Christians view intelligent life if it were discovered elsewhere in the universe?
Is it possible that one day we will discover a naturalistic cause for the universe? Why Do Christians just say “God did it?”
For what reasons should we believe that God created the heavens and the earth?