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Why Good Investigators Make Great Apologists

The best apologists think like an investigator. Surely it may help to be a seasoned detective like J. Warner Wallace, but you don’t have to be. It’s not even something you need special training to do. More than a skill, [Read More]

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Why Reason Supports Believing in God

Many atheists refuse to consider the evidence for God’s existence, insisting that before they can accept God, we must first be able to explain where God came from, and how. They accuse Christians of relying “just so” stories, insisting that [Read More]

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We Don’t Need Complete Knowledge to Believe in God

There are many “proofs” for the existence of God. Each employs logic and reason to arrive at the conclusion that a supernatural being – an “uncaused cause” – must have created us. Many are elegant in their simplicity and others, [Read More]

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Answering the “Who Created God?” Challenge

Most Christian apologists have, at one time or another, encountered the challenge “who created God?”  Sometimes, the questions are punctuated by an aggressive tone, as was the following comment I once received: You claim that the Universe needs a cause, [Read More]

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