I recently had the opportunity to take Reasons to Believe’s latest course on Evangelism in a Scientific Context, which seems to be be somewhat of a … Continue reading Reasons to Believe – Evangelism in a Scientific Context review.
Hermeneutics, a strange word with a lot of rules. This is the science of interpreting a text and like any science there are rules. It is, … Continue reading An intro to Biblical interpretation.
Popular author and apologist, J Warner Wallace, wrote a book, “Forensic Faith” and in it he begins by defending the need for apologetics in the church. … Continue reading An Apologetics Treatise. – Colin Burgess
Faith and Philosophy is the free course, promoting this new idea. Please feel free to participate and provide feedback. Continue reading Apologetics School
Reasons Institute, Certficate Program, review.Colin Burgess. Click here to go to Reasons Institute Getting qualifications in the field of apologetics is not as cut&dry as one … Continue reading Reasons Institute – Science&Apologetics
A basic introduction to logic and the structure of a syllogism. Much more to follow on this subject, I promise. Continue reading Faith, Hope and Logic
This is a brief paper on the nature of Archaeology and dealing with a few of the objections raised against the legitimacy of the Old Testament. … Continue reading Archaeology and the Bible