Authentically Emergent: An Interview with Dr. R. Scott Smith

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You may remember names such as Brian McLaren, Rob Bell, Tony Jones, and others from the so-called Emergent Church movement that gained popularity about 10 years ago. Now largely forgotten with some rare exceptions, you might be thinking this movement is passé. Yet, their story is still relevant to the Evangelical church today, as she is influenced by the same …

Interview with J. Warner Wallace

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Our good friend, J. Warner Wallace, is one of our conference speakers this weekend for the Apologetics Canada Conference 2016. On this week’s episode of AC Podcast, join us in our conversation with this seasoned cold-case homicide detective and Christian apologist to get a feel for his new book, God’s Crime Scene. When we look at our universe as a …

What’s the Moral of the Story?

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This week, we have a guest post from Lewis Waha. Lewis a currently completing his MA in Christian Apologetics at Biola University. Check out his blog at cogitatingduck.com. Maybe you remember from your earliest school years the common refrain, “What’s the moral of the story?” Depending on the story, we’d say something like, “Slow and steady wins the race,” or …

The Virgin Birth

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The Virgin Birth The Christmas story is astounding. As Christians, it is regrettable that we are so inoculated with the Christmas story during Advent that we can become immune to the beauty, power, and unbelievability of it all. This season we celebrate the Creator becoming a creature and the infinite Son of God becoming a finite child. In the words …

Morality of Particles?: Why Physicalism Fails to Account for Objective Morality

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Physicalism is the idea that all that exists is particles in motion. 1It is also called materialism and naturalism. Although, technically speaking, they are slightly different from one another, we’ll take them to be synonymous for our purposes here. (Many atheists are physicalists.) According to this belief, whatever exists in this world, if you break it down to its most …