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Today’s Spiritual Battle: Accept the Challenge, Start Your Training

I’ve started a series at The Stream on strategy against our culture’s current lies, distortions, and disconnection from ...

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We’re Too Used to Jesus

We’re too used to Jesus. I’m convinced that explains a lot of contemporary Christianity’s weakness. Jesus doesn’t astonish ...

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Too Good To Be False: How Jesus’ Incomparable Character Reveals His Reality

Officially announcing the publication this summer of Too Good To Be False: How Jesus’ Incomparable Character Reveals His ...

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Jesus Is Way More Unique Than You Realized

My coming book Too Good To be False tells why Jesus is the most unique person in history ...

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Locked Down? ‘They Also Serve Who Only Stand and Wait’

Image: Bust of John Milton (1608-1674) — The Long Room Trinity College Dublin Ireland April 2018. Ron Cogswell ...

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My Prayer for My Coming Book

My prayer, freely borrowed from Philip Doddridge, for my coming book “Too Good To Be False: How Jesus’ ...

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Two Definitions of ‘Good,’ Atheist and Christian — And How That Explains the Trouble We’re In

John Loftus gave me a personal challenge to read his edited book The Case Against Miracles. He considers ...

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A Case Against Miracles, or Unreasonable Skeptical Demands?

I’m reading Loftus’s Case Against Miracles. One author in it, David Corner, argues in favor of Hume’s take ...

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New Small Group-Friendly Apologetics Course Coming!

I’ve just finished the second of eleven sessions in my new online apologetics course at the Spiritual Readiness ...

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