A Look at God’s Existence: Evidence We Want vs Evidence We Should Expect

https://chab123.wordpress.com/2022/06/27/a-look-at-gods-existence-evidence-we-want-vs-evidence-we-should-expect-4/

How to Correct False Teaching (video)

https://kenwoodbaptistchurch.com/sermons/how-to-correct-false-teaching/

Personal Bias

A Broadcast with R.C. Sproul

Many atheists deny God’s existence primarily because they believe there is too much to lose in acknowledging the Creator who holds them accountable. Today, R.C. Sproul considers the influence that personal bias can have on a person’s thinking.

Reason and Revelation

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Why Are Our Kids Deconstructing Their Faith?

Video

Some Reasons to Think God Exists

https://chab123.wordpress.com/2021/09/01/some-reasons-to-think-god-exists/

The Call to Contend for the Faith

by ThePreachersWord

Several years ago Christianity Today featured a story about Rob and Kristen Bell, who founded a church in Grand Rapids, identified with a movement known as the “Emerging Church.”

The article relates the Bells increasing discomfort with their faith and the church. “Life in the church had become so small,” Kristen says. “It had worked for me for a long time. Then it stopped working.”

Furthermore, they questioned their assumptions about the Bible itself– “discovering the Bible as a human product,” as Rob puts it, rather than the “product of divine fiat.” Read more of this post

Is There a God?

A Broadcast with John Gerstner

Many people today claim that the world’s living creatures naturally developed on their own—with no help from a Creator. Today, R.C. Sproul and John Gerstner continue their mock debate by discussing the origins of the universe.

“Does God Exist” question

Reflections on Asking the “Does God Exist” question on a major college campus

by chab123

Contradiction and Paradox

A Broadcast with R.C. Sproul

Does the Bible contradict itself as some people claim? Today, R.C. Sproul explains the difference between a contradiction and a paradox.