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Why Science Is Not the Only Path to Knowledge

My last post staked out the position that Christianity is based in truth. While not testable the same way hypotheses in chemistry or physics can be tested, the Christian worldview is nonetheless grounded in certain facts of history. Several readers posted [Read More]

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The Probability of a Past Event is One

In recent posts, we’ve been discussing the difficulties inherent in defining and recognizing the miraculous. The skeptic usually approaches the issue with the set presupposition that miracles, however defined, are not possible. What the believer concludes is a miracle is [Read More]

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Is the Resurrection “Physically Impossible?”

Critics of Christianity will often claim that the key event of the Christian worldview – the Resurrection – is “physically impossible.” Because physically impossible things can’t happen – by definition, of course – they feel quite justified in concluding that [Read More]

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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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