The Deconstruction of the Christian Faith

The Deconstruction of the Christian Faith Nick Watts, August 2022   Preface The topic about which I'm writing is actually nothing new, certainly not unique to modern times.  Jesus, himself, told his disciples two millennia ago, "I have told you these things so that you won’t abandon your faith." I try to always document and … Continue reading The Deconstruction of the Christian Faith

The Resurrection’s Impact on a Brilliant (now former) Atheist

Below is an article penned by Oxford professor, Alister McGrath.  McGrath is a brilliant intellectual, holding a doctorate in theology as well as a Ph.D. in molecular biophysics. (Ever heard the myopic lie about the Christian faith being solely for the intellectually weak? It's actually the intellectually weak who perpetuate this mockery.) The article was … Continue reading The Resurrection’s Impact on a Brilliant (now former) Atheist

The Faith of Christianity vs. the Faith of Atheism

I saw the following quote posted in a "proof for the existence of God" debate recently. I thought it was a very kind and thought-provoking response: "...to believe there is no God, or to lack belief in a God, still requires faith. You have to trust that the arguments of natural theology are false. You … Continue reading The Faith of Christianity vs. the Faith of Atheism

“How I Almost Lost the Bible”

 This brief story represents precisely why I am pursuing a Masters Degree in Apologetics. Like Dr. Thornbury, the story's author, "I [have] covenanted with God to help people like the 18-year-old version of [Dr. Thornbury] —people who are on the boundary of leaving the church, and are looking for just one good reason to stay. … Continue reading “How I Almost Lost the Bible”