If someone asked you to explain to them the most fundamental reason that you were a Christian, what would you say?
The video from the "Science and Religion" talk, as part of the recent Apologetics series hosted by the Sam James Institute, is provided here in this post for viewing.
The videos from the recent Apologetics series, brought to you by the Sam James Institute April 29th-May 2oth of 2014, will be made available on the website.
At the last SJI forum, Pastor J.D. Greear gave a talk on the resurrection and how it deals with the biggest questions that we all ask in life. At the beginning he states:
How do we know that God exists? And even if God exists, how do we know what he is like?
Have you ever heard someone say: "It's fine to be a Christian if Christianity makes you happy. But there's no evidence at all to believe that Christianity is objectively true"? How do we respond to that kind of statement?
If you had two minutes to provide a rational defense of Christianity, what would you say? This is part one of a four-part series of essays attempting to answer that question.
Historically, one of the most attractive features of atheism has been its claim to stark realism. No matter how unappealing a godless universe may turn out to be, atheists claim to be committed to adhering to the truth at all costs.
The most popular theory today against the Bible is that the gospels are a bunch of myths and legends. As the theory goes, Jesus was a great guy with some commendable teachings, but the stories we have about him in the four gospels are made-up legends intended to beef up Christianity’s claims.
Resurrection Reflections is a three part series written by Summit Church members during the 2011 Easter Season. In part 2 of the series Zach Hanlon, small group leader and blogger, reflects on why the resurrection is such amazing news for humanity.