Book Review: Forensic Faith

Steve Articles, Book Reviews 0 Comments

number of years ago, a study came out showing that Canadian young people are leaving the Church in droves. In it, several key contributing factors were identified. One such factor is that many youth and young adults feel that their intellectual questions are not being taken seriously by the Church. Often, their questions are met – usually when the person …

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 …

The Problems with Christianity

Chris Price Articles, Book Reviews 2 Comments

hristianity can be controversial. The claims of Christ can be uncomfortable, to put it mildly. G.K. Chesterton once wrote something like, “Christianity has not been tried and found wanting. It has been found difficult and left untried.” Following Jesus in any culture, in any time period is difficult for a multitude of reasons. In the western world one of these …

The Atheist Who Didn’t Exist: A Review

Chris Price Articles, Book Reviews 4 Comments

everal years ago I was stepping down the stairs in our backyard carrying my 8 month old son. Half way down the stairs I placed my weight on a step and it cracked beneath me. I barely managed to maintain my balance and keep a hold of my baby boy. The step looked safe, it looked like it would bear …

The Gospel in the Marketplace of Ideas: Review

Chris Battle Articles, Book Reviews 0 Comments

The Gospel in the Marketplace of Ideas: Paul’s Mars Hill Experience for Our Pluralistic World Review by Chris Battle As we stand and gaze at the sheer multitude of worldviews that diversify the context of our lives, day to day communication can be discouraging, but even more so the gospel. For example, I currently live in Québec City, one of …

Review: The Tears of My Soul by Sokreaksa Himm

Sheri Hiebert Articles, Book Reviews, Events 0 Comments

Review: The Tears of My Soul by Sokreaksa S. Himm I remember sitting in the auditorium at the 2013 Apologetics Canada Conference as Dr. William Lane Craig, a heavy-hitter in the area of Christian apologetics, answered a question from the audience about God and the so-called “problem of evil.”  Dr. Craig suggested that there are actually two separate problems that …

A Reasonable Response: A Review

Steve Articles, Book Reviews, Ministries 0 Comments

Aside from his debates with numerous skeptics of all stripes, the aspect of Dr. William Lane Craig’s ministry that I personally appreciated the most is the Q&A section of his website, www.reasonablefaith.org. This enormous collection of weekly Q&A exchange (which now totals at 355) has been distilled into a book called A Reasonable Response: Answers to Tough Questions on God, …

Black and Blue Sari: Review

Nancy Steiger Articles, Book Reviews, Events 0 Comments

Where is God when we suffer at the hands of the vilest of humans, when the weak and the innocent are abused and tortured? Where is God? Kamal Dhillon’s personal story, as told in her book, Black and Blue Sari, forces the reader to wrestle with these questions. Kamal suffered, and endured, through the most inhumane abuse at the hands …