Alvin Plantinga

Alvin Plantinga is an American analytic philosopher, the emeritus John A. O’Brien Professor of Philosophy at…

“Did Jesus Rise from the Dead?” – Licona vs. Carrier

Did Jesus rise from the dead? Michael Licona and Richard Carrier debate the matter…

“The Death of Jesus and its Implications”

In the midst of this Easter season, how are we to understand the implications of Jesus’ death some 2000 years ago?

Michael Behe on Intelligent Design

“The conclusion of intelligent design flows naturally from the data itself—not from sacred books or sectarian beliefs. Inferring that biochemical systems were designed by…

“Do All Religions Lead to God?”

During the days following the catastrophic terrorist events of September 11, 2001, President George W. Bush called for a national day of prayer…

Infallibility

The characteristic of being completely trustworthy, incapable of erring or failing to accomplish an intended purpose. Protestants normally apply this characteristic…

Christopher Hitchens Dies at 62

World famous atheist Christopher Hitchens died Thursday from pneumonia, a complication resulting from his stage IV esophageal cancer…

The One and the Many

So far we’ve covered the seven major worldviews, noting that Christianity relies upon the truth of the worldview known as theism. Now, this inevitably…

Philosophical Foundations For A Christian Worldview

Winner of a 2004 ECPA Gold Medallion Award! Winner of an Award of Excellence in the 2003 Chicago Book Clinic…

God and the Law of Causality

One of the most foundational laws in the universe, more foundational than any of the laws of physics, chemistry, or biology, is the law of causality…

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    Infallibility

    The characteristic of being completely trustworthy, incapable of erring or failing to accomplish an intended purpose. Protestants normally apply this characteristic…

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