How Can We Know that Jesus is Our Objective Moral Standard? A Response to Richard Carrier

"Let no debt remain outstanding, except the continuing debt to love one another, for whoever loves others has fulfilled the law." ~ Romans 13:8 In the United States Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson stated: “We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain …

Accepting Jesus Early is the Key to Peace: Michelle Ward’s Testimony @tmcalward

I asked my Christian friends on social media to share their testimonies, and I'm excited they're stepping up to the plate. Here is Michelle Ward's testimony, which is quite excellent. "Hello! I’ve never shared my testimony in a written message but I will try my best. I came to know the Lord at a young …

A Beautiful Christian Testimony By Michael Graham @SoonerApologist

I recently asked my friends on social media to share their testimonies on the ways they came to believe in Christianity. Michael Graham, known on Twitter as the @SoonerApologist, sent this beautiful testimony. Enjoy! "Here is my testimony. I was born with the disease Retnitis Pigmentosa. This an disease that kills cells in the back …

Why Atheist De-Conversion Stories Fail

To persuade people, one should use the tools Aristotle suggested of ethos (establish credibility), pathos (appeal to people’s emotions) and logos (apply logic). I have encountered many atheists who have applied Aristotle’s formulations to construct their “de-conversion” from Christianity stories. This intention of this blog is to deconstruct their stories based on a higher level …

A Response to Matt Dillahunty’s and Tracie Harris’ Claim that the Bible calls for Infinite Punishments for Finite Crimes

“The wicked go down to the realm of the dead, all the nations that forget God." Psalm 9:17 In recent years, I have encountered many atheists who have protested what they perceive from the Bible to be an unjust “infinite” punishment from God for their “finite” actions. I wondered about the identity of the source …