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

stacked rocks

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...]

I Watched John Hagee’s “Four Blood Moons” So You Don’t Have To

blood moons

A one-night-only showing of a movie is a good chance to check in again with one of our favorite preachers, John Hagee. [Read more...]

25 Stupid Arguments Christians Should Avoid (Part 8)

Stupid arguments make baby Jesus cry

Christians, do us and Christendom a favor and avoid these arguments (part 8). [Read more...]

Betting on Biblical Prophecy? Chances Are You’ll Lose.

Imagine a pile of 100,000,000,000,000,000 coins

An old but popular calculation argues in favor of the Jesus story. Let’s take a look. [Read more...]

Stupid Argument BINGO, Christian Edition

BINGO teeny

Here’s a handy BINGO card with your favorite stupid Christian arguments. Add a little fun to that next online discussion or Christian blog post! You’ll look forward to that Christian debate, lecture, or even sermon! (And be sure to shout out “BINGO!” when you get five in a row!) [Read more...]

10 Skeptical Principles for Evaluating the Bible (2 of 2)


This is the conclusion of a list of principles for evaluating the Bible. [Read more...]

Clueless John the Baptist

John the Baptist (Titian, 1542)

Throughout the gospels we read snippets about John the Baptist. Put them all together, and you have a confused portrait. (It’s almost like the gospels shouldn’t be categorized as history.) [Read more...]