by Nicholas McDonald
Christians need to be seekers of truth in all of life and in debating truth as well. This post from the Scribblepreach archives shares 15 arguments not to use.
Free Content is the Best Content by Joey Cochran
Joey Cochran shares some good thoughts on the beauty of free online content.
Lewis: “Prediction is dangerous: but The Hobbit may well prove a classic.”
Read the whole review here.
The Great Commission for Apologetics by Paul Rezkalla
The oft-quoted, passion-instilling, lock-yourself-in-a-room-to-read-philosophy inducing slogan for apologetics comes from 1 Peter 3:15—“Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have.” How many times have we heard this verse at conferences and seminars or read this in articles on apologetics? I’ve seen and heard this phrase quoted more times than I can count. It has essentially become the Great Commission for Apologetics.
The exhortation is simple: Christians need to be ready to defend what they believe.
Language of Abortion Commercial
A short commercial showing the foolishness of most pro-abortion language.