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Where should we begin reading?

Where should we begin reading?

Where should we begin reading? “This connects ideas together, and I see how ideas overlap and are intersected… and really just how a worldview works together.” — Kevin Bywater, Director, Oxford Study Centre Kevin Bywater discusses his reading strategy for developing a Christian worldview. This video is part of a series titled “Answers to Your Questions”. These videos answer the questions that you’re asking, address the difficulties you’re facing, and they’re all from Summit’s world-class faculty members.… Read More →Where should we begin reading?

Who Made God?

Who Made God?

In this video, Detective J. Warner Wallace discusses a frequently raised objection to theism: if God made the universe, who made God? Whether it’s from an innocent child or a snide secularist who thinks he’s just debunked Christianity, this question can help us understand more about who God is. Wallace points out that this question becomes incoherent when you understand that God is uncreated. “Who made God?” God wasn’t made. He just is. Furthermore, Wallace… Read More →Who Made God?

Hell in Hell’s Kitchen

For the past fourteen years, Chef Gordon Ramsay has been berating chefs and contestants on his show, Hell’s Kitchen. Ramsay is well known for his savage insults and brutal language which he uses regularly on underperforming chefs. In the kitchen, Ramsay doesn’t hold back when he doesn’t like something, dropping the most vulgar adjectives he can think of. But Ramsay’s insults go far beyond criticizing a chef’s food creation. Ramsay rips on his chefs’ performance… Read More →Hell in Hell’s Kitchen

How can we identify faults in popular responses to the pro-life argument?

Identifying Faults in Responses to Pro-Life Arguments

How can we identify faults in popular responses to the pro-life argument? “You have an assertion, an attack, and an assumption, none of which addresses the pro-life syllogism.“— Megan Almon, Speaker, Life Training Institute “Abortion is a woman’s right to choose,” “men can’t talk about this issue,” and “women would have unsafe abortions if it was illegal.” In this video, Megan Almon discusses these three common objections to the pro-life view. https://youtu.be/3VY_t8bg9Ms This video is part of… Read More →How can we identify faults in popular responses to the pro-life argument?

We’re All Infected

[Spoiler Alert: This article includes major plot points from The Walking Dead] The Walking Dead (TWD) is the most highly-viewed cable television series in history,¹ having won numerous awards and receiving great critical acclaim.² It is set after a zombie apocalypse, featuring various groups of humans who are brought into conflict while attempting to ward off a never-ending supply of zombies, known as “walkers.” In standard zombie lore, anyone who is bitten by a zombie… Read More →We’re All Infected

D-Day: The 75th Anniversary

D-Day: The 75th Anniversary

On today’s episode of BreakPoint, Eric Metaxas brings us back to an important day on June 6, 1944: “The greatest amphibious invasion in history has begun on the beaches of Normandy, France. As paratroopers leap from their planes and landing craft speed toward the coast, another great battle is being waged at home: a prayer battle, imploring God for victory over the dark forces of fascism.” Metaxas highlights the historical importance of the battle on… Read More →D-Day: The 75th Anniversary

Video: Is Heaven a physical place?

Is Heaven a physical place?

Is Heaven a physical place? “It will be a physical place; we will have a physical body that will not be corrupted.” — Frank Turek, President, CrossExamined In this video, Dr. Frank Turek discusses the nature of Heaven. This video is part of a series titled “Answers to Your Questions”. These videos answer the questions that you’re asking, address the difficulties you’re facing, and they’re all from Summit’s world-class faculty members. Subscribe to our YouTube channel… Read More →Video: Is Heaven a physical place?

Some Thoughts on Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones is over. Eight seasons of incredible production quality, excellent acting, and depth of story have finally come to an end. According to sources, an incredible 19.3 million viewers tuned in for the last episode of the final season.¹ Game of Thrones holds its own as one of the most-watched TV shows alongside sitcoms like Big Bang Theory and Roseanne or dramas like Manifest, The Good Doctor, and NCIS.² What makes Game of Thrones’… Read More →Some Thoughts on Game of Thrones

“My Body, My Choice”

"My Body, My Choice"

This week’s episode of The Point by John Stonestreet shows the history of one of the most common pro-abortion arguments. Stonestreet cites Robert George, who reports that dehumanizing language, as seen in the words of abortion advocates, was a strategic maneuver used by other genocidal people, like the Nazis, to justify killing their subjects. It’s chilling to hear such similar rhetoric today from such a large number of people. The other slogan in the image, “My… Read More →“My Body, My Choice”

Video: What is one of Christians’ greatest weaknesses?

Weaknesses Amongst Christians

What is one of Christians’ greatest weaknesses? “There must be more to our apologetic than simply having a right answer.“— Mike Sherrard, Author and Speaker, Relational Apologetics Mike Sherrard discusses mistakes Christians often make when in conversation and ways to be more effective apologists. This video is part of a series titled “Answers to Your Questions”. These videos answer the questions that you’re asking, address the difficulties you’re facing, and they’re all from Summit’s world-class faculty… Read More →Video: What is one of Christians’ greatest weaknesses?

Worth More Than a Zero

Imagine Dragons has been dropping hit songs for a while now, and “Zero” is no exception. Released in September 2018, “Zero” was written and recorded for the end credits of the Disney movie Ralph Breaks the Internet. Even if you haven’t seen the movie, you’re likely familiar with the song. Though not the Imagine Dragons’ all-time top hit, it has garnered a lot of attention in its short life span to date. In “Zero,” Imagine… Read More →Worth More Than a Zero

ADF Wins Religious Liberty Case with Ratio Christi

ADF Wins Religious Liberty Case with Ratio Christi

This week’s episode of The Point by John Stonestreet highlights a religious liberty case in Colorado. Alliance Defending Freedom sued the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs on behalf of Ratio Christi, thus securing their religious liberty on campus. In his book A Free People’s Suicide, Os Guinness talks about the golden triangle of freedom that the founders of America saw as crucial: freedom, which requires virtue; virtue, which requires faith; and faith, which requires freedom.… Read More →ADF Wins Religious Liberty Case with Ratio Christi

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