Isaiah 53: Another Failed Prophecy Claim

Only by selecting individual phrases of Isaiah 53 out of context can we imagine that it is a prophecy of the gospel story. Let’s honestly examine the entire chapter. [Read more…]

Does This Atheist Have a Point? Or Is This a Sycophantic Poe?

Take a look at “the greatest letter” answered by William Lane Craig. It’s signed, “your biggest atheist fan.” [Read more…]

How Well Do the Christian Claims About Easter Hold Up?

Here are 9 posts about claims in the Christian story of Easter. [Read more…]

Easter Critique: the Bible Can’t Even Get its Punch Line Straight (Infographic)

The Easter story is the Bible’s punch line. It’s the solution to Mankind’s problem. But is it history or fiction? Untangle the elements of the story to see that the gospels radically disagree with each other. [Read more…]

More John Hagee Hanky Panky

Sleep well—there may not be a tomorrow if John Hagee is right. [Read more…]

Being on the Wrong Side of History on Same-Sex Marriage? Worse than You Think.

Opponents of same-sex marriage say that they’re fighting the good fight. They know they’re right, and they don’t much care how history will judge them. (But they should.) [Read more…]

Does the Church Face a Dietrich Bonhoeffer Moment? Maybe It’s Just a Case of the Vapours.

A Christian blogger makes a poor comparison that backfires. [Read more…]

Christian Cowardice and the Suicide Tactic

Variants of the “Suicide Tactic” are popular within the apologetics community. There’s useful advice there, but see it in action and you’ll detect some cowardice underneath. [Read more…]

8 Tests for Accurate Prophecy and Why Bible Prophecies Fail

What makes a good prophecy? We all have a decent idea and are not taken in by the predictions of psychics. So why not apply that same skepticism to claims of biblical prophecy? [Read more…]

Two Sizes Too Small: For What Social Errors Will History Condemn Us?

Everyone thinks they know something about the future, but this is a special kind of prediction. We look back on our history and cringe at some of our social errors like slavery. But what errors do we make for which our descendants will criticize us? [Read more…]