By: Jason|05 February, 2010|Categories: Apologetics . Headline|Tags: christ on campus initiative . God's existence . Gospel Coalition . Natural Theology . new atheism . The God Delusion . william lane craig
The question of God’s existence is one of the most urgent and consequential questions that we can ask. Today, despite the recovery of interest in the evidence for God among academic philosophers, many vigorously contend that religious belief is dangerous foolishness.
In the most recent Christ on Campus Initiative essay, William Lane Craig argues that there is compelling evidence for God. He offers five separate grounds for theistic belief, from the fine-tuning of the universe to the existence of objective moral values, and argues that, contrary to the objections of critics, these arguments remain persuasive.Read more »
By: Jason|09 December, 2009|Categories: Headline . Metaphysics|Tags: atheism . benevolence . Big Bang . cosmology . General Revelation . God . Quentin Smith . theism . Thomas Morris . william lane craig
Is the Big Bang incompatible with God’s existence?Read more »
Paul’s speech to the Areopagus in Acts 17 offers us a great example of the method the apostle used to engage and challenge those who did not know God.
In this article, Sarah Tennant examines Paul’s method for reaching those who were not shaped by the Mosaic covenant. Where did he begin? How did he build his case for Christianity? Sarah examines what principles we can take away from this unique encounter and apply in our own lives as we interact with the centers of culture today.Read more »