Justin Martyr is hailed as a saint in most Christian traditions and rightly so. He is known to have been one of the greatest early defenders of the Christian faith...
The Moral argument is another common apologetic defense, that can be considerably effective to convince others of the existence of God when given in a proper setting to a proper audience. I specify the need to read one’s setting and audience, because while this type of argumentation is effective with some, it finds itself falling… Continue reading Theism and Morality
Teleological Argument: The Teleological argument is one of the most common apologetic arguments that you find used by laypersons within the Christian Church. I find this to be the case because it is an argument that is simple to understand, and when it is accepted as true one cannot help but see more proofs and… Continue reading Tell Me This Is Logical
Cosmological Argument: The cosmological argument has been a method used to prove the existence and necessity of God within reality. The attempt is usually founded on the principle of First Cause. This principle is similar to the old chicken and egg question but adapted to examine the cause of the universe and reality itself. In… Continue reading Cosmo-Whato?
Conspiracy Theories The resurrection account of Christ has amassed a numerable amount of conspiracy theories that attempt to explain away the bodily resurrection of Christ only to replace it with theories so fallacious that any level thinker should realize their absurdity. But, what exactly is a conspiracy theory? According to the Oxford dictionary definition it… Continue reading Resurrection Conspiracy Theories (Resurrection Part 3)
Apologia Studios posted a debate that Jeff Durbin and James White were involved in arguing for the existence of the Trinitarian God of the Bible against Dr.Clark and Dan Ellis. You can watch the video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vx0rlVap194 Firstly, I would like to address the fact that I highly respect Jeff Durbin and James White for… Continue reading Debate Review: Christians and Atheists