Bart Ehrman and the Scapegoat of Intellectual Objections

Last week I interviewed Austin Gentry for the Help Me Believe Podcast about his new book “10 Things Every Christian Should Know for College.” We discussed many relevant and important topics, but one stood out to me. Austin tells the story of how he went to UNC Chapel Hill where famous New Testament critic, Bart Ehrman,Continue reading “Bart Ehrman and the Scapegoat of Intellectual Objections”

Lauren Chen (Roaming Millennial): From Atheism to Christianity

Lauren Chen, a.k.a. Roaming Millennial, political commentator and host of Uncensored on CRTV, discusses her journey from being raised nominally Catholic, turning to atheism after reading Richard Dawkins’ “The God Delusion”, and back to an Evangelical Christian faith after reading Plato and Aristotle. What a journey! Watch “5 More Minutes” with Lauren Chen by supportingContinue reading “Lauren Chen (Roaming Millennial): From Atheism to Christianity”

The Christian Life as an Apologetic

For a few years now, I have been dedicated to the apologetic endeavor. It began when I was in seminary and I started having doubts. I found myself doubting the very foundations of the Christian faith. Does God exist? Did Jesus rise from the dead? Can we trust the Bible? These were some pretty basicContinue reading “The Christian Life as an Apologetic”