The Art of Asking Questions-the best defense is a good offense

You’ve often heard that the best defense is a good offense when related to the strategy that sports teams employ, but this is also a key principle that can be applied in defending the Christian faith. If you are finding it difficult to stand up for what you believe as a Christia
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Is modern technology causing ‘myopic worldview’ syndrome? Are we ‘in the present’ or are we lost in the Matrix of the IPhone?

The new buzz word of late, “worldview,” was first coined by the German philosopher Immanuel Kant, in the eighteenth century. The word he coined was: Weltanschauung. It is common for Germans combine words so Kant put two words together, welt, which means “world,”
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What is your World-view? Everyone has one—what’s yours?

What is a worldview? Simply put, a worldview is a set of beliefs that one holds about the most important issues in life. Our worldview, in a sense, is the lens through which we ultimately look at reality and the world in which we live. Philosopher Ravi Zacharias captured the importanc
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Finding Truth: 5 Principles for Unmasking Atheism, Secularism, and Other God Substitutes

I will post an article re Finding Truth shortly. In the mean time, I recommend the excellent summary/commentary series of the book by Amy K. Hall, whose column can be found at Stand to Reason here  “Finding Truth” by Nancy Pearcey can be purchased, both in Kindle version a
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From whence comes science? Why did science arise? When and where?

In his excellent essay, Christianity and the Birth of Science, Michael Bumbulis offers the following overview of the founders of modern science and what the vast majority had in common—a theistic worldview: “The founders of modern science were all bunched into a particular geogr
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A Christian Worldview and Today’s Youth

During my studies in the area of Christian apologetics and philosophy, I came across what I consider to be a wonderful tool for grounding youth in a Christian worldview—it is William Lane Craig and Joseph Tang’s course, “The Defense Never Rests.” (See the Store section at: www.reasona
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