Addressing Rosenberg’s Argument from Evil

This article will address the exchange between Dr. William Lane Craig and Dr. Alex Rosenberg on the subject of the Argument from Evil which occurred during their February 2, 2013 debate: Is Faith in God Reasonable? In particular, the article will offer apologetic approaches in response to Rosenberg that differ somewhat from those of Craig. …

Précis on the Ontological Argument

In his book, Reasonable Faith, Dr. William Lane Craig lays out the Ontological Argument for the Existence of God. The argument was first formulated by Anselm in the 11th century, and it has been defended by Descartes and Plantinga, among others. It was born out of Anslem’s search for an argument that would not only prove…

The Existence and Immortality of the Soul

This article will argue for the reasonableness of the doctrine of the existence and the immortality of the soul.  It will begin with a discussion of the nature of souls and immortality. It will briefly explore the ancient Greek and modern Christian concepts of the immortality of the soul.  It will examine two types of compelling…

The Justification for the Biblical Concept of Hell

The biblical concept of hell is hard to swallow for many Christians, let alone non-Christians.  Atheists have the worst time with hell.  Hell just seems unreasonable to so many people.  Hell makes God out to be the bad guy.[1]  As Judge, God comes across as hateful, unforgiving, vengeful, retaliatory, and hard.  But, God sometimes hates,[2]…

The Moral Argument for the Existence of God

Among the most prominent arguments for the existence of God, including the Cosmological Argument, the Ontological Argument, and the Teleological Argument, the Moral Argument for the existence of God is from modern times. It was first postulated by German philosopher, Immanuel Kant, an agnostic, in his work, Critique of Pure Reason.[1]  The Cosmological and Teleological…

The Uniqueness of Christianity

All major world religions have widely held common attributes, but Christianity is unique among them. This subject was a concern for the writer of this paper both prior to his conversion to Christianity and immediately thereafter.  The purpose of this paper is to show the position of C. S. Lewis on what the major religions…

Emerging Adults

I am quite concerned about the faith of emerging adults. The current cultural context of emerging adults includes an almost perfunctory acceptance of Darwinian Evolution as settled scientific fact.  This, of course, leads quickly to moral relativism.  Since, according to evolution, human beings came about through chance circumstances and stand presently on a long and gradually…

Best Arguments in Defense of the Resurrection of Christ

The evidence for the resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth is compelling. This article will explore the best arguments in defense of the resurrection of Christ.  The best arguments are derived from the best evidence, and the best evidence is the direct evidence, namely the empty tomb, the eyewitness accounts, and the conversion of Saul of…