AXIS co-founder David Eaton explains the process of translating culture for parents, teachers, and students, helping Christians think critically about pop culture.
If abortion is banned, should women who have abortions be prosecuted? Scott Klusendorf answers the question quickly and logically.
How do we equip our children to handle challenging questions? Author and apologist Natasha Crain offers answers for parents from her book, Keeping Your Kids On God’s Side.
What does it take for our children to follow Christ in a hostile world? Author and apologist Natasha Crain speaks directly to parents in this week’s interview, sharing practical advice on empowering kids to stand strong in their faith.
In this lecture from Summit’s archive, Dr. Frank Beckwith uses philosophy to unpack the nature and existence of God.
Dr. Gary Habermas responds to skeptics’ common arguments against the resurrection.
In this lecture, Dr. Gary Habermas shares his “Minimal Facts” approach to defending the resurrection, an argument that uses premises even skeptics would concede as reasonable to build a decisive case for the resurrection.
In this episode, Aaron talks with Greg Summers, a Career Direct consultant, about career choice and design, explaining how parents and students can make wise decisions about college and vocation.
In the aftermath of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s death, Alliance Defending Freedom’s Dr. Jeffrey Ventrella shares his perspective on Scalia’s life, judicial legacy, and the future of the Supreme Court.
Dr. Carol M. Swain shares her story of rising from poverty to academia, and the challenges she’s faced for her faith.
In this talk, Dr. Jeff uses ideas from Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Andy Crouch, and Jim Collins to unpack the concept of cultural power and how Christians can work to grow that power.
In this lecture, Dr. Jeff Myers addresses the topic of cultural power. In this first of two segments, he shares the story of Summit’s evacuation during the Waldo Canyon fires and what the situation taught him about how to biblically utilize cultural power.