Was Hitler a Christian?

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From time to time on social media, you may come across the claim that Adolf Hitler was a Christian. There’s some truth in that, namely that he was a member of the Roman Catholic Church to his dying day. But things aren’t as simple as some critics of Christianity would have us believe. For more on this topic, check out …

Becoming a Student 2

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What does apologetics look like where the rubber meets the road? The standalone Session 6 of the Thinking Series is now available on YouTube to the public: Story video Teaching video

Becoming a Student

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What does apologetics look like where the rubber meets the road? The standalone Session 6 of the Thinking Series is now available on YouTube to the public: Story video Teaching video

How Do We Know The New Testament Documents Were Written In the First Century?

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Dr. Frank Turek of Crossexamined.org explains in simple term why we know that the N.T. documents must have been written in the first century. He is one of our keynote speakers at this year’s Apologetics Canada Conference! Can’t attend the conference? The recordings of the conference will be made available in April on our online store.

Only Wrong Most of the Time?: The Failure of Provisional Ethics

Chris Price Articles 1 Comment

The Moral Argument for the existence of God can be stated in this manner: If God does not exist, objective moral values and duties do not exist. Objective moral values and duties do exist. Therefore, God exists This moral argument is valid. That is, it’s impossible for the conclusion not to follow from the two premises. But are the premises …

Review: Cold-Case Christianity for Kids by J. Warner Wallace

Sheri Hiebert Articles, Book Reviews, Parents 1 Comment

ike most Christian parents, the thought that my children might choose not to follow God is one of my deepest fears. I trust that God is sovereign over their lives, but that doesn’t stop me from wanting to do everything in my power to point them towards the truth. But, where to even start? It’s a daunting task and just …

Let Freedom Ring!

A Joubert Articles 1 Comment

ivil liberty is an essential but increasingly neglected part of the Western political tradition. In fact, it is one of the major characteristics that have set Western countries apart from the rest of the world and from a past that has mostly featured a succession of tyrannies, sometimes more benevolent than at other times. At any rate, true political freedom …