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Reasons for the Law

Often we think of the Law of God as restrictive and limiting of our freedom. In reality the Law, like one’s skeleton adds necessary...

Lewis & Evangelism--a Confession

C. S. Lewis concludes chapter two of The Four Loves with these words: “If ever the book which I am not going to write is written it must...

The Hospitable Gospel

There is no greater news than this: “The God of the Universe knows you and loves you, and all of your sins and wrong doing, He forgives...

Aristotle's 4 Causes & Aquinas's 5 Ways

C. S. Lewis wrote in An Experiment in Criticism that it is harder to prove a negative proposition than a positive one. To say there is no...

Apologetics

Dr. Jerry Root defines apologetics highlighting its historical usage and its implications for today's Christians as they share the Gospel.

Bearings On the Bright Blur

We are never more conscious than when we are aware of God. C. S. Lewis writes in chapter VII of Letters to Malcolm: Chiefly about Prayer...

Many talk about Christian Apologetics…

Many talk about Christian Apologetics. The topic is very interesting for Christians on many levels. It is interesting as Christians seek...

Foreknowledge and Freewill

Many struggle with the concept of Divine Foreknowledge and Human Free Will. If God knows what I will do before I do it, am I free....