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Apologetics and Your Kids (Pt.1) - The Power of Negative Thinking

This is the first in a series of ongoing posts at Telos Ministries 

We have all read the statistics of young people who flee the Faith in which they have been reared soon after hitting college.  588 more words


Has Jesus' childhood home been discovered?

In a Biblical Archaeological Review article, archaeologist Ken Dark reports he may have found Jesus’ childhood home in Nazareth. According to the Bible, Jesus was born in Bethlehem ( 456 more words


This month's free audiobook from christianaudio: Lee Strobel's "The Case For The Real Jesus"

This month’s free audiobook from christianaudio.com is The Case for the Real Jesus by Lee Strobel.  The note on their page about the book says: 75 more words


Always Be Ready

Walking into the fire station’s immaculate garage, I’m surprised to find piles of clothing lying on the floor outside each truck’s open doors. The rest of the station is so orderly that the scene before me seems out of place. 1,109 more words

1 Peter 3:15

Do people cling to certain religions based on where they were raised?

An objection to Christianity I hear all the time is one that suggests faith is based less on reason and truth and more on geography, cultural influences, and traditions. 492 more words


It’s Better than Not Having It: Evolution in a Nutshell

When asked why humans have language, I heard a professor state that “Language evolved because it was beneficial to human flourishing. It was better to have language than to not have language.” This kind of ad hoc reasoning forms the basis of all so-called Natural Selection explanations proffered by secular academics, and indicates the great decline in contemporary thought. 535 more words


Three Muslim Misconceptions About Christians

by Pastor J.D. Greearon

The history of Islam and Christianity is hardly an amiable one. Many people from both religions view the other with suspicion (at best) or fear and hatred (at worst). 145 more words