A Princeton Professor’s Circular Argument for Abortion

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James Franco has recently interviewed a philosophy professor from Princeton to discuss the ethics of abortion. This professor had a very peculiar view. Although the video of the interview is funny (the faces James Franco makes during the interview is priceless), it becomes more disturbing when we consider the dehumanizing implications behind what she says. Andy, Steve, and Terry are …

Living & Dying Alone Together

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Andy recently preached on the topic of human value in light of human purpose. How does this impact the way we treat the very young and the elderly? Is our culture going the way of a gas engine trying to run on diesel? In this week’s episode of the AC Podcast, Andy and Steve come together to address an email …

Why Does God Allow Evil?: An Interview with Dr. Clay Jones

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The problem of evil and suffering is one that has plagued many theologians. Much ink has been spilled over this question already and there does not seem to be a sign of stopping anytime soon. In the midst of this, a Christian Apologetics professor, Dr. Clay Jones from Biola University, is pitching in his two cents with his book, boldly …

Interview with Mike Hiscock

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Apologetics Canada wouldn’t be possible without the help of many who generously give of their time and energy. A good example of this is Mike Hiscock, a commercial pilot who now wears a second hat as Conference Coordinator with Apologetics Canada. With the generous support of his home church, he and his team have put on Apologetics Canada Conference in …

Bad Robot!: Teaching Machines Ethics

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What was once the stuff of science fiction is becoming more of a reality. As we strive to create a machine in our own image, we – perhaps naturally – seek to teach the machines right from wrong. This is a huge topic with many issues converging. Andy, Steve, and Terry are back with their two cents as they try …

Book Review: Forensic Faith

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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 …

What’s Best for Charlie?

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A court battle has been going on in the UK over the life of a little infant who has a very rare disease. Ultimately, the court sided with the doctors and decided that it is in Charlie’s best interest to let him die with dignity. The parents, as expected, were heart-broken, as they had still one more option they wanted …

Can a Christian Smoke Marijuana?

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Cannabis – more commonly known as marijuana – is being legalized for recreational use both in Canada and the US. As marijuana becomes (or will become) more readily available around us, many Christians are wondering what our response to it should be. Is marijuana like alcohol which can be enjoyed in moderation with a clear conscience? Or is it like …

“He Deserved It”: A Tragic Death Exploited

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Otto Warmbier, a 22-year-old American college student who was detained by North Korea in early 2016 for “an act of hostility against the regime,” was returned recently to the US in a coma. Tragically, he passed away several days later. This incident has all kinds of serious political implications. After all, one country has killed another country’s citizen, especially two …