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”