Monthly Archives: January 2020

Quantum Mechanics and the Laws of Logic, Part 1

BY KENNETH R. SAMPLES – JUNE 11, 2019 Having worked at science-faith apologetics organization Reasons to Believe for more than 20 years, I’ve observed that scientists and philosophers often think differently about the world. With the types of specialized training in … Continue reading

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Is Supernatural Causation Compatible with Science?

BY PAUL LORENZINI – OCTOBER 11, 2019 When defenders of naturalistic evolution state their case, they frequently begin with the claim that their theory is “scientific.” Alternative views, especially those that would invoke supernatural causation, are pejoratively dismissed as “pseudoscience,” pseudo because they … Continue reading

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12 Evidences for the Resurrection of Jesus, Part 2

BY KENNETH R. SAMPLES – MARCH 21, 2017 Christian apologist Walter Martin used to say that the real death rate is one per person, meaning that each person’s death is a matter of when, not if. Therefore, because we are mortal creatures and thus stalked … Continue reading

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12 Evidences for the Resurrection of Jesus, Part 1

BY KENNETH R. SAMPLES – MARCH 15, 2017 Jesus’s resurrection is at the very heart of historic Christianity. In fact, the bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ is both a central doctrinal belief of the faith and the primary evidence for the … Continue reading

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12 Evidences for the Resurrection of Jesus Second

BY KENNETH R. SAMPLES – MARCH 28, 2017 Today’s skeptics of Jesus’s resurrection sometimes state that religious people are too quick to accept reports about miracles. Those who doubt the miraculous often insist that miracle claims aren’t usually sufficiently questioned. But … Continue reading

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Did Moses Write the Torah? A Brief Positive Case for Mosaic Authorship, Part 1

BY TRAVIS CAMPBELL – DECEMBER 27, 2019 The notion that Moses actually lived and wrote the first five books of the Bible has long been rejected in academic circles and is now being increasingly questioned among conservative Old Testament (OT) scholars. … Continue reading

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Individual freedoms Of A Liberal Democracy

By Will Myers Our U.S. Constitution explicitly states that each citizen or human being has inalienable rights to seek a fulfilling, happy life without any person, group, or organization interfering with given rights. Our case laws have further placed emphasis … Continue reading

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