The Question of the Year: Will You Follow Jesus No Matter What?

I have never been so troubled by events in our country. I have never even imagined being so ...

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Refutation Fail: Benjamin Cain Utterly Destroys an Argument I Didn’t Make

Benjamin Cain is an atheist who “did a doctorate in philosophy.” If I can tell his books by ...

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How to Have a Merry Christmas — Even in 2020!

I wrote this originally for The Stream, but I’d like to share it with you. It’s about being ...

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Forget the Myths, Ignore the Hype; Here’s What We Really Know About Jesus’ ‘Missing Years’

I’ll bet you missed this in the post-election brouhaha: “Christmas” began for Hindus with their Divali celebration in ...

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Episode 18: Thanksgiving in 2020? A Message from a Psalmist Who Wondered, Too

Thanksgiving in 2020? You’re not the first to wonder about that! I’m right there with you, too. Without ...

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Episode 17: ‘The Other Worldview,’ and How Jesus is So Much Greater Than You Knew

The Thinking Christian podcast is back! I’m returning with thoughts on Peter Jones’s excellent 2015 book The Other ...

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Faith at Work at Exxon-Mobil: A Conversation on Too Good to be False

A few weeks ago the Christian Community at Exxon-Mobil (Houston Campus) invited me to share with them on ...

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My Puzzling Problem with Too Good to be False

I’m looking for some help. Here’s the challenge I’ve been facing. It’s a good one; I’m not complaining; ...

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This Critique of ‘What Passes for Serious Thought’ Comes Up Short on Serious Thought

He’s a writer, he’s a professor of biology, and Nathan Lents thinks my Evolution News essay on the ...

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