Apologie
Cold case detective, J. Warner Wallace, answers questions following a presentation at Ohio State University. Thousands of years ago, Socrates posed an objection to Euthyphro (often new referred to as the “Euthyphro dilemma”): Is God the source of moral law or do moral truths transcend Him? If God is the...
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In this clip from J. Warner Wallace’s longer talk on the existence of God from cosmological evidence (based on his book, God’s Crime Scene), J. Warner describes a simple investigative template that will help you determine if the universe has been fine-tuned for life. Are there good reasons to believe...
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On this episode, Nate and the team discuss the things Christians should stop saying (to each other and to non-believers). The post Ep. 169: Things Christians Should Stop Saying appeared first on A Clear Lens.
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In this podcast, J. Warner joins Stand to Reason’s Amy Hall to answer questions in an episode of #STRAsk. Is it wrong to call Mormon missionaries “elders”? Is it a good or bad idea to have an atheist come speak to a youth group? How should I respond if, when...
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By Brian Chilton “What is truth?’ said Pilate” (John 18:38). This classic question was asked by Pilate to Jesus during Jesus’s trial. This question does not resonate with Pilate only. In fact, people throughout generations have asked the same. What is truth? What is the nature of truth? Can truth...
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By Timothy Fox I’m no professional apologist by any means, but I’ve been around the scene long enough to have witnessed plenty of apologetics presentations. I’ve also seen many of the same mistakes being made by new apologists. Here are four critical tips to avoid common rookie mistakes: 1) Beware...
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Por David L. Rogers Un libro, una Ilustración de los Gobiernos Los libros, que tanto nos enriquecen la vida, son una invención del siglo XVI. Antes todos los escritos fueron en rollos o pergaminos o en cartas. No existían los libros así como los conocemos hoy. Los libros están unidos...
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By Erik Manning In his letter to the Romans, we learn that Paul was accused of lying in order to bring more glory to God. Some slanderously claimed that Paul would say, “let us do evil that good may result.” Paul, not known to mince words, responded tersely: “their condemnation...
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