Why Christianity?

Why should you consider Christianity first and foremost? Well, if you dialogue with Dr. Craig Hazen from Biola University, he will enthusiastically provide you with 4 or 5 reasons why someone on a "religious quest" should consider Christianity at the start. And in a moment, I will share 4 of those factors in the paragraphs … Continue reading Why Christianity?

Jesus: Was He Created, or is He God?

Gals, in complete sincerity, this is the most important question you will ever answer… “Who is Jesus?” Was He just a good man? A wise teacher? An example regarding “enlightenment?” To answer these, we need to know Who Jesus really is. Was He created by God or did He actually claim to be God? Please … Continue reading Jesus: Was He Created, or is He God?

God’s Got This!

This is a modified re-post of the “Come to Me” post from February 2021. Friends, have you ever been advised to “Follow your heart,” or encouraged with the phrases: “It’s always been in you,” or “You’ve got this!” Most often folks say these phrases as thoughtful exhortations meant to uplift and inspire. However, should we?? … Continue reading God’s Got This!

The Lordship of Jesus

I am trying here to prevent anyone saying the really foolish thing that people often say about Him [that is, Christ]: ‘I’m ready to accept Jesus as a great moral teacher, but I don’t accept His claim to be God.’ That is the one thing we must not say. A man who was merely a … Continue reading The Lordship of Jesus

Jesus’s Resurrection

Dr. Craig J. Hazen from Biola University points to Christianity as unique from other religions as it is not a “blind leap of faith,” nor dependent upon a subjective, emotional experience. God has provided a way for anyone to go on an historical investigation regarding the Truth claims of Christianity, and it all hinges upon … Continue reading Jesus’s Resurrection

Apologetics: Links Arranged Alphabetically

What is Apologetics? "Apologetics" is essentially encapsulated in verse 1 Peter 3:15, "always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect..." The word, "defend" in greek is "apologia." This isn't a fleshly defensiveness but instead … Continue reading Apologetics: Links Arranged Alphabetically