Fifty or a Thousand Simple Questions for Every Christian

A while back I picked up a book  titled 50 Simple Questions for Every Christian. I was thinking ...

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How Your Relationship With Your Teen Can Grow — and You Can Get Answers, Too — Through Critical Conversations

My Kregel book Critical Conversations comes out on February 27 — February 22 for Kindle!* Why? Why a book like ...

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Being Good “For Nothing” — Does That Make Atheist Ethics Better Than Christian?

Get the picture? Here’s the challenge: Atheistic morality is allegedly better than Christianity because Christians are looking for ...

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… Yet God is Great

Fresh on the heels of disturbing news, I’m compelled to bring to mind that God is great, and ...

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A Very Strange and Sad Day for Life and Religion in Law …

It’s a strange and sad day for life and religion in U.S. law. These posts from The Stream ...

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Six Things Atheism Can Teach Us All About Ethics

What can atheism teach us about ethics? A lot. The question probably surprises some atheists. My answer may ...

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Have You Fallen for the Great Modern Copernican Myth?

“Study the history of science.” That was the advice Guillermo Gonzalez gave my son and daughter a few ...

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Another Reader Wonders: Does the Success of Science Tell Us There’s No God?

A reader emailed me this week with a couple of questions about methodological naturalism and burden of proof. He ...

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When “Tolerance” Is Disrespect: Islam and Unexplored Assurances of a “Religion of Peace”

It must be frustrating to be a Muslim in America. I’m not talking about the obvious frustrations: being ...

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