There are several new books on the market these days promoting the weary dogma of atheism. Richard Dawkins’s latest tirade, The God Delusion, is one of them. A recent issue of the international journal, The Economist, gives Dawkins’s book laudatory space. Here is our review of that review.
If one believes in the ultimate conquest of good over evil, he can see, even in factiousness, something of the good, the positive, and the noble.
In this world of technological achievement, the human family is confronted with numerous life-and-death decisions that are taxing indeed. Frequently we struggle with such issues. The Scriptures—divinely given and perpetually relevant—can guide us in these heart-rending decisions if we will seek their counsel.
How old is the earth? What does the Bible say? What about science? Does it really matter?
Atheism is a philosophical system of contradiction and confusion. Atheists do, however, attempt to argue their case. In this article, we will analyze two of the popular arguments employed in defense of atheism.
There are extremes to the left and right on the topic of Christian fellowship.
Some suggest that Genesis 1 and 2 are not literal accounts of actual history. Instead, much of the narrative is poetic, with elements of history embedded. But what does the evidence show?
Human writers often make careless errors, however, the Bible does not. The precision of God’s word is evidence of its divine origin.
Exactly what is “psychology” and how does this area of interest relate to the Bible?
Over the years, some of those who support the use of mechanical instruments of music have appealed to what is known as the psallo argument.
Has the god of “Star Wars” replaced the God of the Bible in the minds of many?