Featured Website: CrossExamined.Org
Founded by Frank Turek, co-author of I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist, CrossExamined.Org seeks to address the intellectual skepticism among youth today which has ultimately caused 3 out of every 4 of them to lose their faith after graduating from high school and entering the university. Without good reasons for believing Christianity to be true, today’s youth are quickly abandoning their faith in the face of intellectual pressure from their professors and peers. Fully equipped with a team of Christian apologists, a weekly television program, radio show, podcast series, blog, instructor academy, and a packed schedule of dynamic seminars around the country, CrossExamined.Org attempts to combat this problem by critically addressing four major questions to establish why Christianity is the most reasonable world view:
1. Does Truth Exist?
Christianity cannot be true, nor can any other worldview (including atheism), if truth is relative or just true for you but not for me. The seminar will show you why truth is absolute and knowable, and how you can logically refute anyone who claims it isn’t.
2. Does God Exist?
There can be no Word of God unless God exists. You’ll see three powerful arguments for the existence of God — two scientific and one philosophical. Those arguments will be established without any reference to the Bible.
3. Are Miracles Possible?
If miracles don’t happen as most university professors believe, then Christianity is nonsense. The seminar will show you that not only are miracles possible, but the greatest miracle of all has already occurred and we have scientific evidence for it.
4. Is The New Testament True?
Unless truth exists, God exists, and miracles are possible, the New Testament doesn’t have a prayer. But after establishing those points, you’ll see the Top Five Reasons to believe the New Testament is historically accurate — Jesus really did die and rise from the dead for the sins of the world. From the accuracy of the New Testament, the accuracy of the Old Testament can be established as well.