How common are Christian end-times predictions? Perhaps more common than you think. “The end is nigh!” is a prediction with a long history of backpedaling. Read more

We continue with our critique of Ray Comfort’s new book. Ray fills us in on how atheists think and opens up about how hurt he’s been with other critiques. (I doubt this one will cheer him up.) Read more

Ray Comfort signed a copy of his new book to me. It’d just be rude to ignore the opportunity to critique it. Read more

Christians gave the Boy Scouts of America a lot of criticism about their policy to allow gay Scouts three years ago. Let’s check in to see how the organization is doing. Read more

Is science the friend of Christianity? Or is building faith on a foundation of science a foolish enterprise? Cheer on your favorite gladiator as we explore the options. Read more

I passed as a Christian during part of my trip to the nation’s capital. Read more

I posted my Naysayer Hypothesis at a Catholic site, and someone wrote a response. Let’s take a look to see if it holds up. Read more

Oxford mathematics professor John Lennox is an energetic defender of Christianity, but a recent interview on the Problem of Evil suggests that his mathematical proofs may be a lot stronger than his Christian ones (part 2 of 2). Read more

Oxford mathematics professor John Lennox is an energetic defender of Christianity, but a recent interview on the Problem of Evil suggests that his mathematical proofs may be a lot stronger than his Christian ones. Read more

Pick an important leader in any field. Now imagine a detailed history of the field that omits that central figure. You’d notice the absence, right? We’re told that God is a central figure in reality—let’s try the same thought experiment with him. Read more

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