How a 29-year-old G K Chesterton flipped 4 arguments against Christianity upside-down

Jan 24, 2016 by

By Trevin Wax, The Gospel Coalition: Many of the sharpest and most influential thinkers in England during the first years of the 20th century were outspoken in their skepticism toward the central claims of Christianity. Men such as Robert Blatchford (1851-1943) leveled a number of forceful arguments against Christian doctrine, relying on historical, scientific, and sociological research to bolster their perspectives. Into this arena of prominent, published writers and thinkers marched...

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Charlie Charlie game should challenge us to take the supernatural more seriously

May 31, 2015 by

  By Martin Saunders, Christian Today.   This week the Internet’s love of viral crazes stumbled into supernatural territory when the ‘Charlie Charlie’ Challenge became massively popular among young people. The game involves crossing two pens or pencils on top of a piece of paper, creating four quadrants with either ‘yes’ or ‘no’ written in them. Players then ask questions of a Mexican ‘spirit’ named Charlie, and wait for him to...

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From the Festival of Dangerous Ideas

Nov 8, 2013 by

  Earlier today we posted a You Tube clip of gay activist Dan Savage expounding his views on abortion.  We feel that the entire programme  – from the Festival of Dangerous Ideas – is well worth watching.  It comes from the Sydney Opera House with a large studio audience and panelists discussing the collapse of Western Civilisation, Internet Hook-ups, Feminism and Marriage among other topics.  Watch the fearless Peter Hitchens take on a...

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‘Social justice’ apart from evangelization drives youth away from Christianity, says new study

Jul 8, 2013 by

By Peter Baklinski, LifeSite News When a Christian apologetics ministry asked college atheists nationwide why they had abandoned religion, it was “startled” by the responses. “Most of our participants had not chosen their worldview from ideologically neutral positions at all, but in reaction to Christianity. Not Islam. Not Buddhism. Christianity,” wrote Larry Alex Taunton, founder and executive director of the Fixed Point Foundation, in a piece that appeared in The...

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Of First Importance: The Cross and Resurrection at the Center

Mar 29, 2013 by

By Albert Mohler The Christian faith is not a mere collection of doctrines — a bag of truths. Christianity is a comprehensive truth claim that encompasses every aspect of revealed doctrine, but is centered in the gospel of Jesus Christ. And, as the apostolic preaching makes clear, the gospel is the priority. The Apostle Paul affirms this priority when he writes to the Christians in Corinth. In the opening verses of1 Corinthians 15, Paul sets out his case: Now I would remind you,...

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