Monthly Archives: December 2016

Notable Quotation

One of the best things about growing up is that, if you can learn from experience, you come to the realization that two things matter more than anything else, truth with a…

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Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown!

Charlie Brown: Isn’t there anyone, who knows what Christmas is all about?! Linus: Sure Charlie Brown, I can tell you what Christmas is all about. Lights please? And there were in the…

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Why Is Atheism Growing So Quickly In Great Britain?

The short answer: plausibility structures. Have you ever been watching a movie or a TV show and something happens that completely takes you out of the flow of the story because it…

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The Non-Religious Person Does Not Exist

If we’re to raise our kids in a hostile 21st Century secular culture so that they maintain their Christian commitment throughout their lives, we need to continuously show them how reality affirms…

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Study Confirms Why Conservative Churches Grow and Liberal Churches Shrink

During the first half of the 20th Century, Mainline Protestant denominations were a large and powerful force in American culture. Protestant Christianity was mediated to America through these denominational bodies. This started to…

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Everyone Believes, Even “Nones”

In you’re not familiar with it, “Nones” is a term the media has given to those who walk away from religious faith. They are not atheists (only 3% of American are self-professed…

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Eric Metaxas Became a Relativist In College, and Escaped: Your Kids Can Too

Eric Metaxas, famous Evangelical author and speaker, went off to college like many Christian kids, naive and ignorant about the environment he would encounter there. He learned about something there called relativism,…

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Why Teaching Your Kids A Biblical Epistemology is Critically Important in an Age of Skepticism

I have a feeling that most Christian parents (and the churches they attend) don’t often get into conversation with their kids about epistemology. Since most people have never heard the word before,…

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