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Lenny Esposito
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Offering Convincing Christianity to a world that needs it.
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Always Be Ready: Interview with Dr. Hugh Ross
Dr. Hugh Ross of Reasons to Believe has just published a new book entitled Always Be Ready, which provides personal stories and practical advice on how to share your faith with others.  I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Hugh and discuss his st...
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Holding Up Irrationality as A Virtue When Kid's Lives are at Stake
Recently through my social media channels, I linked to this article on how
assisted suicide laws in Belgium were leveraged to allow kids as young as nine
and eleven to take their own lives. It's dangerous that children who don't have
either the experienc...
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Holding Up Irrationality as A Virtue
Recently through my social media channels, I linked to this article on how
assisted suicide laws in Belgium were leveraged to allow kids as young as nine
and eleven to take their own lives. It's dangerous that children who don't have
either the experienc...
Holding Up Irrationality as A Virtue
Holding Up Irrationality as A Virtue
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Displaying a God of Beauty Draws Youth to Christianity
In my latest series
of articles, I've been looking at leveraging beauty in our evangelism and our
defense of the faith. We've already established that beauty is one of the primary virtues , and how we can know that beauty is not simply
"in the eye of the...
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The Objective Nature of Beauty
In my last article , I said that we live in
a beauty-starved culture and one overlooked aspect of sharing our faith is
appealing to the beauty of God and the beauty of the Christian story. Beauty is
one of the three primary virtues, along with Goodness a...
The Objective Nature of Beauty
The Objective Nature of Beauty
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Arguing for the Beauty of God in an Ugly World
Beauty matters. Along with
the Good and the True, the Beautiful was understood to be one of the fundamental
aspects of ideal human existence. From the earliest societies, people sought to
surround themselves with what is beautiful. It is a part of how pe...
Arguing for the Beauty of God in an Ugly World
Arguing for the Beauty of God in an Ugly World
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What Drives a Cult Leader like David Koresh?
Twenty-five years ago, the U.S. Government had surrounded the compound of David Koresh and the Branch Davidians, embroiled in a stand-off that would last 51 days and tragically ended in gunfire with 75 of the 84 people inside dead, including children. I was...
What Drives a Cult Leader like David Koresh?
What Drives a Cult Leader like David Koresh?
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Reckless Love and Why Words Matter in Worship
In 1996 the alt-rock band Dishwalla
became a one-hit wonder with their catchy “ Counting
Blue Cars ." The song isn't well known by its title as much as its chorus: We said, "Tell me all your thoughts on God 'Cause I'd really like to meet
her. And ask he...
Reckless Love and Why Words Matter in Worship
Reckless Love and Why Words Matter in Worship
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Evidence That Demands a Verdict: Interview with Sean McDowell
One of the first popular apologetics books released was Josh McDowell's Evidence That Demands a Verdict in 1972. But much has changed in the forty-five years since that initial publishing. Now, Sean McDowell has partnered with his father to release a comple...
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Three Ways The Last Jedi Reflect Troubling Trends in Culture
It should be
no surprise that The Last Jedi , the latest installment in the Star Wars
franchise, is by all measures an instant success. I went to see the film and was
optimistic based on the initial buzz and reviews. And while I didn't walk away
hating ...
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