Category Archives: Why I am a Christian

How to be a Good Apologist: Know Your Worldview

I’m starting a new series called How to be a Good Apologist. I do not write this series because I am an expert at it. I write it because I’m on a journey to become that, and I want to … Continue reading

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Apologetic Thursdays: Book Recommendations For Break

Christmas break is a good time to read books that would otherwise be too challenging during the busyness of the semester. If you want to make the most of your break by deepening your understanding of apologetics, here are some book recommendations … Continue reading

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Apologetic Thursdays: The Cosmological Argument

The Cosmological argument is one of the most well-known traditional argument for God’s existence. Versions of it have been espoused and defended by the philosophers Aristotle (384-322 B.C.) and Aquinas (1225-1274 A.D.), the Muslim theologian Al-Ghazali (1058-1111 A.D.), and the … Continue reading

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Apologetic Thursdays: Is Faith Blind?

When many people talk about “faith”, they’re talking about things they believe in without evidence, or even against the evidence. “Faith” has become a kind of fortress from which you can escape any form of reason and the search for … Continue reading

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Apologetic Thursdays

In Christianity, there is a specific area of study called “apologetics”. The word “apologetics” comes from the Greek word apologia, which means to make a defense. When a Christian is engaged in apologetics, he is attempting to rationally defend the … Continue reading

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