Why This Spiritual Readiness Research?

The Spiritual Readiness Project is asking apologetics-interested lay people, students, professors, writers and speakers to join in our ...

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Is Gender Socially Constructed, As Race Is?

A Christian Facebook friend asked me this today: What do you think can be said of the claim ...

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Spiritual Readiness Project Announces Its Official Launch

The battle is intensifying — a pitched fight for the very soul of the nations. Christians in the ...

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Atheists Casting Evidence to the Wind, Choosing Confirmation Bias Instead

I’ve been watching the Brett Kavanaugh situation and writing about it on The Stream for a while, but ...

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The Gospel and the Mind, by Bradley G. Green

I just read The Gospel and the Mind: Recovering and Shaping the Intellectual Life by Bradley G Green.  I’m ...

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‘I think Plato probably wrote a story about Socrates’ — Says Atheist ‘Teacher’ of ‘Socratic Method’

Several years ago I locked horns with Professor Peter Boghossian and his acolyte James Lindsay over Boghossian’s Manual for ...

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FamilyLife Interviews on Homosexuality and Your Children!

Links to my talks with FamilyLife on teens and homosexuality, based on Critical Conversations: A Christian Parents’ Guide to ...

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Help Fund the Poached Egg!

It’s one of my proudest claims to fame here at Thinking Christian: Greg West, who runs the famous Poached ...

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