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The Holocaust and Natural Law

Another state has recently passed legislation to teach about the holocaust. The Nazis killed around 20 million people during World War II as part of their murderous campaign against those who they saw as unwanted. Not even children or women were spared. At least 6 million of these people were Jewish. The people who proposed these laws to […]

Towing the Party Line

There is no question that everyone wants peace in our world and some will go to great lengths to avoid conflict in order to maintain peace, even if they must compromise the truth. Compromising the truth is something we might expect in the secular realm, but most certainly not in the Christian Church, yet that […]

Got Questions? Get Answers at Carowinds’s Christian Music Day

Have you ever been asked a question that you didn’t know how to answer? I’m not talking about comic-book or movie trivia, but specifically questions about Christianity. If you are a Christian in the information age, I can guarantee that all of us, especially if we are serious about sharing our faith, have been challenged […]

A Fundamental Problem With The Presuppositionalism of Cornelius Van Til

By, David Haines Cornelius Van Til was, without a doubt, one of the most influential apologists of the Neo-Calvinist movement of the twentieth century. Van Til received his philosophical training under W. H. Jellema at Calvin College (a gifted philosopher who had received his training under well-known English Idealists such as Josiah Royce, F. H. […]

The Death of God

Have you ever heard the music that’s played when the South Carolina Gamecocks enter their football stadium?  It’s quite moving!  It’s the same music that Stanley Kubrick used in 1968 for his iconic movie “2001: A Space Odyssey.”  But the music is much older than that; it was composed in 1896 by Richard Strauss. More […]

The Importance of Theology and Apologetics for Church Leadership

“I don’t need seminary training to be a minister.”  At least, that’s what I told myself when I was in high school as I was considering my place in church.  My Sunday school teachers had no official training.  Most of the pastors I knew (which were shockingly few) had no training.  God could use me just […]

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