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  • Apologetics: Defined, Objections, and Biblical Support

    Matthew 22:36 states 36 “Teacher, which is the great commandment in the Law?” 37 And he said to him, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is a Pharisee lawyer testing Jesus. The answer Jesus gave is known as the Shema prayer. “Shema (“hear”) is the Hebrew word that begins the most important prayer in Judaism. It is found in Deuteronomy 6:4, which begins with the command to “Hear.&r...   More

  • What is "good"?

    It appears I have been labeled as rude, harsh or blunt. That I cause division. Believe it or not, it is not pleasant or anything I strive to be known. I mean, yeah, prior to salvation, I didn’t care. But since becoming a Christ follower, to be blunt, it sucks! Where do I think, this comes from? I am glad you ask!   More

  • The Big Picture in Indiana and Ohio

    Joe Whitchurch is Ratio Christi’s regional director over the chapters in Indiana and Ohio. In addition, his friendly and outgoing personality made him the perfect choice to be Ratio Christi’s campus operations relations person.

    “I’m a big picture guy,” Joe says, and that fact was obvious early in his work with RC. He has a talent for pulling everything together and challenging students to think ‘Christianly’ and in terms of a biblical world...   More

  • John Mays interview: RC TV Truth Matters

    So what do you do when you know that you have a live Television interview scheduled? Well, most would prepare accordimgly. But what if you know the material? Most would still prepare accordingly. The following was what my interview on RC TV Truth Matters was supposed to sound like. What happens when you wait until the last minute? I will post the interview to show you when it is available...   More

  • Podcast Update!

    So, believe it or not, I have been working on starting a podcast. However, there is just a little bit more involved than I anticipated. What a surprise. One would think, our I thought, how hard could it be to do a podcast? Everyone has a podcast. There are millions of podcasts. Well, I obviously thought wrong. Or as my dad used to tell me, that is the problem, you thought.   More