Thinking Christian

Webinar Tomorrow (Thursday): Did Jesus Rise from the Dead?

I just got the details on this. Tomorrow (Thursday) evening I'll be co-leading a Zoom webinar, "Did Jesus Rise From the Dead?" The answer is yes — but how do we know? It'll be a live Q&A panel on the ...
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Lessons from Confinement: Plan for Tomorrow, But Hope in God

“Therefore do not be anxious about tomorrow, for tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble.” — Jesus, Matt. 6:34 When’s this coronavirus crisis going to end? No one really knows. When will the ...
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COVID-19 and Life Under ‘House Arrest’: Lessons from Others Who’ve Been There

Millions of us are under house arrest right now for nothing we did wrong. What can we learn from others who've been there before? Granted, that's not exactly the truth. Quarantine isn't arrest, and neither is self-imposed isolation due to ...
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Too Good Not to Be True (Video Message)

My newest book, Too Good To Be False, is at the publisher now, with an expected release sometime around mid-summer 2020. They're working on cover design still, so I don't have even that to share with you yet; but I do have ...
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Overcoming ‘Moral’ Defenses Against the Truth (Video Message, Defend Apologetics Conference)

Updating my video messages online at Thinking Christian: Here's my plenary session at Defend 2016: Overcoming "Moral" Defenses Against the Truth. It's a serious issue in the faith today: people rejecting Christianity not because they think it's false, but because ...
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Naturalistic Evolution Reckons Too Little With Its Own Meaning

In a Facebook comment on my Stream article about Darwin Day, Ryan Downie asked, How does it not make sense to create your own meaning? Meaning doesn't have to be imposed from the outside. Also, evolution doesn't need to provide any kind ...
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Be Counter-Cultural: Keep On Speaking the Truth!

A talk I gave at The River Church, March 10, 2019. Half of millennials in a recent poll said it was wrong to share their faith with others, in hopes they would put their faith in Jesus Christ. It's based ...
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50 Simple Questions for Christians: Strange Definitions

I’m running a weekly series at The Stream this year on Guy P. Harrison’s 50 Simple Questions for Every Christian. There are a lot more than 50 questions and challenges in the book, so I don’t have space there to ...
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Apologetics, Culture, Worldview, and Politics — Video Conversation with Haden Clark

Haden Clark, host of Help Me Believe, graciously invited me to a video conversation last week. The video turned out somewhat more overexposed than it appeared on my end during recording, but I'm sure you can look beyond that. Haden ...
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On Reading Old Books Because They’re Great

I set myself a goal of reading one old book a month in 2020, and this month it’s Charles Dickens’ Bleak House. I’m only a quarter of the way through it, here on the 21st day of the month, partly ...
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