A self-proclaimed “exvangelical” made a candid social media post questioning why people are surprised that atheism is such a big part of his self-identity. There is a good lesson buried in his post.
Only 0.1 percent of U.S. federal inmates are atheists; a much smaller percentage than the country. Doesn’t this mean that religion causes people to be criminal; or at least that criminals tend to be religious?
Video link: Dr. John Neufeld sits down with Bob Kuhn. Bob has been a lawyer for over 40 years and served as President of the largest Christian university in Canada, Trinity Western University, for 6 years
Is a Christian’s death from terminal illness proof that prayer has no meaning?
Why do so many in what’s been called the ‘new atheist movement’ promote the myth that science and faith are in conflict? How can the two contradict when one deals with man’s relationship with God and the other deals with understanding God’s creation? Proponents of the alleged conflict idea quite often point to data that… Continue reading Inferences based on the Bible are not scripture
Why would a pastor encourage his congregation to avoid engaging atheists? Doesn’t 1 Peter 3:15 tell us we should, “Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have”?
I’ve had numerous conversations with those opposed to Christianity who claim that the infamous German dictator of the 1940’s was Catholic, or at least that he was a Christian. Is this the case; and if not, why do so many make this claim?