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Video: What must atheists steal from God to make their case?

What must atheists steal from God to make their case?

What must atheists steal from God to make their case? “Evil only exists if good exists, and good only exists if God exists, so if you’re an atheist and you’re going to say that evil disproves God, you actually have to steal from God in order to make that argument.” — Dr. Frank Turek, Founder and President, CrossExamined Dr. Frank Turek shows how one must steal a standard of morality from God to object to His existence… Read More →Video: What must atheists steal from God to make their case?

Video: Does the reality of evil disprove the existence of God?

God and Evil

Does the reality of evil disprove the existence of God? “The fact that something truly evil did occur can really only be understood if first God exists and provides us with a standard of righteousness.” — J. Warner Wallace, Detective & Author, Cold Case Christianity and Forensic Faith In this video, Detective J. Warner Wallace explains how a transcendent standard of righteousness is required to judge between good and evil, thus supporting the existence of God.… Read More →Video: Does the reality of evil disprove the existence of God?

Are All Religious Roads Created Equal?

Are All Religious Roads Created Equal?

Today’s video by Sean McDowell makes some great points about religious truth. Sean notes that not all roads lead to God because not all roads agree on who God is, or if there is even a god at all. Sean also points out that only one road, Christianity, does in fact lead to God, because it is the only road that solves the universal problem of sin. Jesus came to pay the price for our… Read More →Are All Religious Roads Created Equal?

Suffering, from a Christian Perspective

Suffering, from a Christian Perspective

On today’s episode of BreakPoint, Colson Center President John Stonestreet discussed a conversation he had with a friend, Joni Eareckson Tada, about her suffering. Joni has been battling cancer for a long time, and she has been wheelchair bound for over 50 years. Joni knows more about suffering than many of us could ever imagine, and she makes it clear that she can see a greater purpose for her suffering in God’s Kingdom. Stonestreet further notes… Read More →Suffering, from a Christian Perspective

Video: Why is the Christian worldview different when it comes to grief?

Grieving & the Christian Worldview

Why is the Christian worldview’s view of grief unique? “Christianity is the only worldview that makes sense of my pain.” — Esther Fleece, Author, No More Faking Fine In this video, Esther Fleece explains one way in which the Christian worldview is unique. She shows how the Bible actually makes sense of the suffering and grief that we experience in the hardest days of life. This video is part of a series titled “Answers to Your… Read More →Video: Why is the Christian worldview different when it comes to grief?

Strangeling Morality

The Alfred Hitchcock movie Rope tells the story of two college classmates who murder their “inferior” classmate, inviting their friends over for a party to see if they can successfully hide their crime and demonstrate their own superiority. It’s a strange suspense movie (set entirely in one room) that keeps you on edge the whole time. The film is also a good reminder that “ideas have consequences.” In this scene, the party guests discuss whether… Read More →Strangeling Morality

Your Morality, My Morality, Everyone’s Morality: In Defense of Moral Absolutes

To say that the Christian worldview is true is to say that it best describes the contours of the world as it actually exists. For example, Christianity says that the universe is a product of design and that this fact is observable by everyone, whether or not that truth has been suppressed by other commitments. Christianity’s correspondence with the observable moral order of the world is an aspect of Christianity’s justified true belief. As Francis… Read More →Your Morality, My Morality, Everyone’s Morality: In Defense of Moral Absolutes