Can You Prove God Through Logic and Reason?

Before I attempt to prove God through logic, I want to make it clear that God is self-evident. Psalm 19:1 states, "The universe declares the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hands." It doesn't take complicated mathematics or intellectual superiority to understand who God is. Why? Finding God is more of... Continue Reading →

The Bible Question: Fact or Fiction?

I often hear skeptics argue that the Bible is not true. It’s just a mythological book that a bunch of people made up with no historical validity. These opinions may be rampant today, but they are not grounded in truth. There is strong evidence suggesting the Bible is historically trustworthy. I will provide just a... Continue Reading →

Good versus Bad Spiritual Leadership

I had an Atheist friend who once asked, "How can you objectively determine whether a spiritual leader is following God or not? First, I would start off by saying the Bible warns us of people who will misuse the Scripture and distort it for their own selfish gain. For instance, Matthew 7:15 says, "Watch out... Continue Reading →

Is God the Basis for Morality? Part 3

As you recall from part 1 and part 2, I argued that it is more rational to believe that morals originated from an intrinsically valuable, intelligent Creator (commonly known as God) than for morals to have emerged evolutionarily through a valueless, non-intelligent, cause-effect physical process. To defend this argument, I suggested three criteria that every valid ethical... Continue Reading →

Is God the Basis for Morality? Part 2

  As you recall from part 1, I argued that it is more rational to believe that morals originated from an intrinsically valuable, intelligent Creator (commonly known as God) than for morals to have emerged evolutionarily through a valueless, non-intelligent, cause-effect physical process. To defend this argument, I suggested three criteria that every valid ethical system... Continue Reading →

Is God the Basis for Morality? Part 1

Before I argue that God is the best explanation for moral values, I want to first clear up four misconceptions that people have regarding morality. You do not have to believe in God to perform moral actions. An Atheist can give his wife flowers on Valentine's Day, be a crying shoulder for a friend, or give... Continue Reading →

How to Share your Faith on Halloween

"Live such good lives among the pagans that, though they accuse you of doing wrong, they may see your good deeds and glorify God on the day he visits us (1 Pet. 2:12)."  Halloween was originally called All Hallows' Eve, a pagan holiday when dead ancestors were remembered. This tradition became a cultural phenomenon and... Continue Reading →

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