Problem of Evil

The problem of evil is one of the most common objections to the Christian faith. Let’s take a look at how Stephen Fry expresses it in the video below: The problem of evil is powerful because it is common. We all experience pain and suffering so we can relate. Even if we don’t experience the … More Problem of Evil

Argument from the Origin of Life

Stephen Meyer of the discover institute has looked at the cell and found that it contains a remarkable amount of information, which Meyers defines as “specified complexity”.  Proteins, for example, are complex because of how many different parts they have in a very particular order and this complexity is “specified” because it allows the protein to perform … More Argument from the Origin of Life

The Resurrection Best Explains the Available Evidence

Gary Habermas has a great approach to the resurrection.  Rather than fighting the battle on all fronts, he focuses on three basic facts accepted by the majority of New Testament scholars.  These three facts are the empty tomb, the reports of post-mortem appearances, and the disciples’ sincere faith. We’re going to infer the resurrection from … More The Resurrection Best Explains the Available Evidence