"The Christian God may exist; so may the Gods of Olympus, or of ancient Egypt....But no one of these hypotheses is more probable than any other; they lie outside the region of even probable knowledge, and therefore, there is no reason to consider any of them."
"Agnosticism is epistemologically self-contradictory on its own assumptions because its claim to make no assertion about ultimate reality rests upon a most comprehensive assertion about ultimate reality."
Cornelius Van Til
Do Operation Rescue advocates heed God or Ghandi in pursuit of their goals? A Biblical theory of civil disobedience answers this question.
John Knox returns to his homeland and faces his greatest victories and discouragements in his effort to serve Christ's kingdom.
Though Schaeffer ministered mightily in molding a generation of thinkers, he failed to appreciate the radical challenge posed by Christianity.
Although Christ gave His church the glorious gift of church discipline, it is an oft neglected topic in contemporary Christianity.
George Smith's Atheism: The Case Against God serves as a grand lesson in begging-the-question.
Much of the blame for the tragedy of homelessness is to be laid at the feet of local governments, despite their rhetoric.
An interaction on the appointment of church elders.
David Hagopian provides an intro to the doctrine of the priesthood of all believers.
Two authors exchange views on the permissiblity of lying.
The Excluded Americans by William Tucker, reviewed by Jay Flemion.
Notable truths, fallacies, and arrogances making the rounds.