The Kalam Cosmological Argument is an apologetic argument for the existence of an unimaginably powerful first cause. Something much like God. Continue reading The Kalam Cosmological Argument
What is the most important belief that you hold as a Christian? Maybe you think, “The authority of Scripture,” or “The existence of a personal God.” My answer is “Resurrection.” Continue reading The Relevance of Resurrection
Dr. Mohler strongly speaks out of his convictions and positions but does so in a way that is clear and gracious, illustrating the apostle Paul’s words in Ephesians 4:15 – “Speak the truth in love.” Continue reading The Briefing
I fear… that over time this desire for holiness, simplicity, and humble obedience, has morphed into a proud identity and a certain amount of trust in our works. Continue reading Finding True North – Part 2
So the question is, how do we decide what the most important convictions are? Continue reading Finding True North – Part 1
Recently, I joined a group of students who were asked to share about Christianity in an “Interfaith Dialogue” with a group of about twenty Buddhist monks at a nearby temple in Chiang Mai, Thailand. An interesting discussion developed as the lead monk explained the Buddhist foundation for morality.
His moral foundation was not unlike that of many, if not most, Americans today. This discussion led to the students sharing four supporting reasons for biblical faith, beginning with morality. Continue reading Four Arguments for God