I don’t expect you to like this list. You’ve been trained to like cute, peppery apologists with publishing deals and marketing teams. But I don’t want you to become an atheist or get crushed in public interactions that damage the credibility of the faith because you read the wrong books and so did not understand […]
I am currently teaching through the Sermon on the Mount. The lessons are being uploaded weekly at the Bethel Grace Baptist Church website. I am using Martyn Lloyd Jones’ book, Studies in the Sermon on the Mount, if you would like to follow along. Some of the topics we will be covering include… Matt 5:1-4 – Introduction […]
A treatment of the basic ideas, systems, hermeneutics and history of the end of the world in Christian thought. Special guests the Reverend Kent Moorlach of Communion Presbyterian Church of Irvine, CA and Doug Eaton of Bethel Grace Baptist Church of Bellflower CA, join host Christopher Neiswonger on a trip to the end and back again.
Weighing the Value of the Institutional Church http://www.apologetics.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=626:weighing-the-value-of-the-institutional-church&catid=43:kkla-995-fm-los-angeles&Itemid=74Click link to hear the show! This show will be a conversation on the nature and identity of the true Church, and the characteristics we might expect. Pastor Kent Moorlach of Communion Presbyterian Church of Irvine and Eric Thomure, Assemblies of God missionary to UCLA will be joining […]
Professor Donald McConnell of Trinity Law School (an expert in Lewisian lore and literature) and http://www.Apologetics.com staff members Christopher Neiswonger and Lindsay Brooks take a Christimas-y look into “Voyage of the Dawntreader”, the film and the book, with a healthy portion of egg nog and all things Lewis. If you’ve yet to be introduced to […]
Harry Potter vs. Christianity? Click this link to hear the full two hour broadcast! The limitations of Christian prudence in regard to the arts is an ever present discussion in Christian circles (Augustine had much to say about the dangers of the theatre). It has been so since the Hebrew era, through the Church Fathers, […]
Chai Ling, former Tiananmen leader, has become a Christian Boston (AsiaNews) – Chai Ling, the only woman leader of the1989 Tiannamen Square protests, was baptized on April 4 . She had asked to become a Christian in December 2009. On the day of her baptism she explained the reasons that brought her to the Christian faith: […]
Is justice relative to the individual or will of the community, or is there actually a place where justice is grounded? In this short clip Dean Donald McConnell of Trinity Law School gives a few thoughts.
Only in a universe created and governed by a personal, sovereign, and rational God; can events have meaning. To believe that any event in our lives happened for a reason while denying such a God is a serious flaw in reasoning.