Mama Bear Apologetics (book review)

I became aware of Mama Bear Apologetics by means of the Wokeness and the Gospel conference last month. The book somehow became in high demand at the bookseller table and sold out. Luckily enough, the parents of one of the authors were attending the conference, so they went home and grabbed a box of more copies. … Continue reading Mama Bear Apologetics (book review)

Expository Apologetics: Answering Objections with the Power of the Word

I came across Voddie Baucham's Expository Apologetics: Answering Objections with the Power of the Word (Crossway, 2015) back when he gave a four-message chapel series at Dallas Seminary. I picked up a cheap copy at the chapel for five dollars, and it was about time I got to reading it four years later. It is a remarkably easy … Continue reading Expository Apologetics: Answering Objections with the Power of the Word

The Worldview of Seth MacFarlane’s The Orville, Part Two

In my previous post, I reviewed an episode of the Seth MacFarlane’s comedy-scifi series, The Orville, in which the show presents its worldview concerning the dignity of women. Whereas "About a Girl," is a positive case for the show's worldview, the following episode, entitled "If The Stars Should Appear," throws some barbs at the Christian worldview. … Continue reading The Worldview of Seth MacFarlane’s The Orville, Part Two

The Bible is Christianity — 2 Peter 1:19 and Frank Turek’s View of Inerrancy

Frank Turek wrote the other day that "Christianity would still be true even if the Bible [were] never written." He goes on to clarify that the specific topic is having an inerrant Bible. But some of us erroneously think that Christian beliefs cannot be sustained unless the Bible is without error.  That would mean that the Christian … Continue reading The Bible is Christianity — 2 Peter 1:19 and Frank Turek’s View of Inerrancy