C.S. Lewis’s Transcendental Argument for God

“Unless I believe in God, I can’t believe in thought: so I can never use thought to disbelieve in God.” -C.S. Lewis, The Case for Christianity, pg. 32 C.S. Lewis is one of the most popular Christian apologists of the 20th century, and arguably, one of the most read apologists of all time. His approach... Continue Reading →

Who Run The World?

God! He run this motha! God! Did you think I'd say girls? Girls are awesome, don't get me wrong, but girls make such terrible gods. Men do too. Think back on any bad relationship you've had, most likely things were so bad because one of you, or even both of you, expected the other to... Continue Reading →

Why I Believe In God 

Why do I believe in God? That's a good question and it's been raised again and again throughout my life. It wasn't until college that I finally started thinking through a reasoned answer to why I believe. 1 Peter 3:15 tells me that I should always be ready to give a defense for the reason... Continue Reading →

The Real Problem In America 

What's the real problem in America? Is it racial division? Is it the battle of the sexes? Maybe class conflict? Is it Government overreach or their lack of action? Is it the abuse of our freedom of speech? Or is it the fascism of the new tolerance? Is it illegal aliens enjoying our social programs... Continue Reading →

 The Problem of Evil 

(This content is taken from Appendix A of my intro to apologetics book, Defending, Contending & Commending: Worldview Apologetics Made Easy and Biblical)  The Problem of Evil is said to be the biggest defeater raised against God, specifically the one true God, the God of the Bible. The "problem" has been stated in many different... Continue Reading →

Do You Ever Wonder? 

Do you ever wonder? If you Google the word wonder you'll see two definitions, one a noun and one a verb. Wonder as a noun is a feeling of surprise mingled with admiration, caused by something beautiful, unexpected, unfamiliar, or inexplicable. Wonder as a verb is to be curious to know something or to feel... Continue Reading →

Everything Happens For a Reason 

You've heard it a million times. Usually people say it when job opportunities disappear, when people get sick, when someone dies suddenly, when comfort is needed many of us take comfort in believing that "everything happens for a reason". But this expression isn't only reserved for trying situations, we even say it when in situations... Continue Reading →

When You Ask For Proof That God Exists

Everyone is entitled to my own opinion. That's one of my dad's old lines but I'm afraid it's become true of my generation. We all have these preconceived notions, we have presuppositions, we have our own basic heart commitments, we each have a framework by which we view all of life, a worldview. Today we... Continue Reading →

Neature: Can You Say Nature is Neat?

 "For me nature's one of the neatest things on this planet"  Tell me you've seen the Neature Walk YouTube video! It's so dumb but so funny. Yes, it's a joke but there's some truth there, nature is neat. It's cool, it's exciting, it'll give you the feels. A good nature show can take you through... Continue Reading →

I Am God… Of Nothing. 

"Their sword shall enter their own heart and their bows shall be broken." Psalm 37:14-15 Over the past two years I've really caught the philosophy bug. I love this stuff. Philosophy means the love of wisdom, who doesn't love wisdom? C'mon. Studying the history of philosophy scratches several itches all at once, I get to... Continue Reading →

Be True To Yourself 

Be true to yourself today. I don't mean "be who you are because you're a special snow flake and you deserve the world". That's what secular humanism will tell you. "You can be anything you want, just dream it and believe it, name it and claim it, if it's gonna be it's up to me".... Continue Reading →

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