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  • Reversing the Decay of London Undone (WSJ)

    From the Wall Street Journal  by JONATHAN SACKS

    Britain's chief rabbi on the moral disintegration since the 1960s and how to rebuild

    . . . Britain is the latest country to pay the price for what happened half a century ago in one of the most radical transformations in the history of the West. In virtually every Western society in the 1960s there was...   More

  • Chasing Away the White Elephant in the Room

    “We MUST double the number of students getting an M.A. in Apologetics”
                                                    Rick Schenker, President of Ratio Christi

    Ratio Christi is deploying apologists to gras...   More

  • What Is Apologetics? Why Should We Use It?

    Apologetics comes from the Greek word apologia, which means to give a defense. Apologetics defends Christianity from attack. The field of apologetics gives a defense of the Christian faith, both from attacks that originate externally and internally.

    As Norman Geisler has said, we should do apologetics because the Bible commands it, reason demands it, and because the world needs it.

    The bible commands it:   More

    •     1 Peter 3:15: tells us to always...
  • The Cultural War that Wages Violence against Men's Souls.

    Can you imagine anything more violent than condemning someone to hell?  Yet, according to scripture, no one is forced into hell, they go there based on their choice to accept or reject the free gift of eternal life that God has made available by the death of Jesus Christ. But if someone seeks to persuade others to reject this free gift by purporting lies, half-truths and deceptions, are they not then committing the most violent act possible against men by giving them reasons to reject...   More

  • Oral Tradition and the Gospels

    I recently had an interesting conversation with someone concerning the lack of intellectual honesty amongst scholars who write books on a popular level. The allegation being that in order to persuade the reader to find the authors arguments convincing they may intentionally ignore or push aside evidence that could pose a problem to the view they are advocating. After reading an excerpt from Dr. Bart Ehrman’s Jesus: Apocalyptic Prophet of the New Millennium I could not help bu...   More