Foreignpolicy.com reported that Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world, and so did Wikipedia.1 No doubt this indicates a trend. But how is this growth achieved? [Read more…]
Many skeptics claim that the resurrection of Jesus originated from pagan myths about “dying and rising” gods—commonly called the “copycat theory” of Christianity. James G. Frazer popularized this view in his book The Golden Bough (1914), though more recently, others have followed in his footsteps.
The epistemological objection of many atheists is that there is no concrete evidence for God’s existence. They argue, “If only I could see God, I would believe in HIM. Since no one can sense God with the five senses, belief in God is unreasonable and unjustified.”
Although, superficially, this objection appears reasonable, there are several problems with this objection. [Read more…]
If you have not, then please take a few moments off to consider an answer to this question. This is a significant question, for your answer should be credible.
Let’s consider some answers to this question: [Read more…]
The Old Testament is rejected by a few for various reasons. Some reject it because they cannot comprehend an angry God – a God of wrath (e.g. Canaanite massacre, Levitical punishments etc.). Others reject it because of the miraculous narratives such as the Red Sea parting, Jonah living in the big fish, talking snake etc.
However, scores of Christians believe in the Old Testament. How do we defend the reliability of the Old Testament?