The New Psychology of Atheism

Andy Tix, from “Psychology Today” writes on the non-intellectual factors that are taken into consideration by non-religious people. It is often said by atheists that Christians just believe for emotional/psychological reasons. What we are finding out is that no matter what you believe, there are strong psychological forces at play. However, none of this tellsContinue reading “The New Psychology of Atheism”

How to Shield Your Kids from Toxic Internet Atheism

There’s a lot of trash on the internet. My critics are thinking, “Like your website.” Touché. Imagine being a young Christian that hasn’t had their faith challenged and you stumble across an internet atheist article where the author is condescending and mocking. “Religious people are idiots and deserve to be mocked.” This was the anthemContinue reading “How to Shield Your Kids from Toxic Internet Atheism”

5 Tips for Talking with Skeptics

Talking with someone who is objecting to your Christian beliefs can be intimidating. We fear that we won’t be able to adequately answer the person’s objections and will look like a fool. The intimidation and fear that a Christian feels is not unique. It is not as if Christians alone feel this way. Anyone whoseContinue reading “5 Tips for Talking with Skeptics”

What if I’m wrong?

I think anyone who truly values knowing the truth will routinely critique their current beliefs. It is important to me to continually refine my beliefs, picking out the weak spots and making them stronger, or changing them if necessary. In the process of self-examination, a question that often is brought up is: what if I’mContinue reading “What if I’m wrong?”

How did Jesus deal with Skeptics?

Erik Manning looks at two New Testament stories that illustrate how Jesus dealt with skeptics. There are those who are genuinely curious and there are those who clearly are not. Jesus teaches us how to deal with both types of skeptics. How did Jesus deal with Skeptics?

Review of my Interview with Atheist, Doug, from PineCreek

Doug is an atheist YouTuber whose channel is called PineCreek. He invited me on for an interview over the weekend. It was a lot of fun and I thoroughly enjoyed meeting Doug. At no point did I feel deceived, tricked, or uncomfortable. Doug is sometimes accused of being this way, but I think he askedContinue reading “Review of my Interview with Atheist, Doug, from PineCreek”

God is Not Hidden

I have heard some Christians admit that, other than the problem of evil, the so-called “hiddenness of God” is the best argument against God. I am less impressed with this argument. The idea is more or less that if God wants us to believe in Him, why doesn’t he just show up? Why is heContinue reading “God is Not Hidden”

Cosmic Skeptic, Freewill, and the Problem of Evil (Answering Atheists)

I came across a YouTube video the other day by popular atheist, Alex O’Connor (Cosmic Skeptic) titled “The Problem of Evil: The Free Will Defence.” Alex is enjoyable to listen to, so I usually hit play when I see a video title that grasps my attention. After listening, I decided I wanted to respond becauseContinue reading “Cosmic Skeptic, Freewill, and the Problem of Evil (Answering Atheists)”

The Deadly Atheist Meme Even Christians Get Wrong

Many atheists and even many Christians think that “faith” is blindly trusting in someone/something despite the evidence. Neither group gets this from the Bible. Atheists say it because it makes Christians sound anti-intellectual, and some Christians say it because they are anti-intellectual. Both are wrong. The Deadly Atheist Meme Even Christians Get Wrong

3 Intelligent Atheists Who Became Christians Because of the Moral Argument

Erik Manning provides an explanation of the Moral Argument for the existence of God and then gives specific examples of how effective this argument is among atheists. What an encouraging article. I love to hear conversion stories. I’ve always thought the moral argument might be the weakest of the arguments for the existence of God,Continue reading “3 Intelligent Atheists Who Became Christians Because of the Moral Argument”