Christian Apologetics Simplifying Truth
Our Worldview Defined
PAGE 1 SUPPORTING FACTS
PAGE 2 SUPPORTING FACTS
PAGE 3 SUPPORTING FACTS
CHRISTIANITY TRUTH TEST
NATURALISM TRUTH TEST
HINDUISM TRUTH TEST
ISLAM TRUTH TEST
The Word of God
The Doctrine of God
The Doctrine of Man
The Doctrines of Christ and the Holy Spirit
The Doctrine of the Application of Redemption
The Doctrine of the Church
The Doctrine of the Future
Calvinism vs Arminianism
Trust Grounded in Reason
Small Group Study
Day 1 - Truth
Day 2 - Evidence for a Creator
Day 3 – Evidence for Christianity
Day 4 – Basic Christianity
Day 5 – Tactics for Communicating and Defending Your Faith (1)
Day 6 – Tactics for Communicating and Defending Your Faith (2)
Most Common Questions/Objections
Answering the New Cyber-Atheist
Self-refuting Objections to Logical Chart
These are some of the most common philosophical and theological questions/objections regarding the Christian worldview:
does an omnipotent and omnibenevolent God not deal with all the evil and suffering NOW?
What evidence is there for God?
Who created God?
If God created everything, does that mean He created evil?
God of the gaps--Don't Christians use God as a gap-filler to explain things like reason, consciousness, order, information, life, and everything?
How do we have free will if God knows the future?
Why did God create people knowing they would go to hell?
Were the facts of Jesus distorted in the transmission like in the telephone game (i.e. can we trust the accuracy of what we have today in our Bibles)?
What about babies being killed in the Old Testament?
What about dinosaurs, neanderthals, life and death before Adam and Eve?
Isn't Evolution a FACT?
The Bible is just a man's opinion so why should I believe it?
How do we know morality is objective?
If it is not appropriate to judge Christianity by those who commit acts of violence in the name of Christ how is it appropriate to judge Islam by those who commit acts of violence in the name of Islam?
Why hasn’t God revealed Himself in an undeniable way to everybody at the same time?
If you can't find your question listed above, please contact us. You may also try one of these great sites that deal with a very broad range of specific theological questions.
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