Reading Time: 5 minutes What grounds the typical Christian’s faith? Christian apologist Greg Koukl makes a frank admission.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Christian apologist Greg Koukl rejects evolution, and he gives three reasons why. He seems to think that weakness within science (and you can judge if he makes his case) means that his Christian argument wins by default.
Reading Time: 14 minutes Apologetics isn’t for the lost, it’s for the already saved. Generally speaking, apologetics books and articles are written by Christians and for Christians, no matter who their authors claim are the target audience of their work. The only people who are ever impressed with the arguments therein are people who are already “within the fold.” […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes “God did it” is an easy answer to many riddles within science. It’s so broad that it can explain anything, but this means that it explains nothing.
Reading Time: 5 minutes When apologist Greg Koukl critiques atheist morality, it’s hard to imagine that he’ll get so many things wrong.
Reading Time: 4 minutes I’m a bit surprised that I wind up agreeing with apologist Greg Koukl on a matter of biblical interpretation. Nevertheless, that doesn’t put his argument against homosexuality in a very good light.
Reading Time: 3 minutes That God allows slavery in the Old Testament is one of the stickier issues Christian apologists deal with, but instead of dealing with it honestly, some want to ignore the difficult parts. Take a look at what they don’t want you to know.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Let’s conclude our look at Greg Koukl’s analysis of the Problem of Evil. We’re on the same page that this is a tough problem for Christianity, but I’m not sure that his resolution is as complete as he thinks.
Reading Time: 4 minutes A popular fundamentalist Christian wrestles with the Problem of Evil. He’s confident that he’s got this persistent problem under control. Take a look and see if that optimism is well placed.
Reading Time: 3 minutes The story of Sodom and Gomorrah is often held up as clear evidence that the Bible was against homosexuality. But was homosexuality really the sin of Sodom?