New Critique of Theistic Evolution: Interview with Author J.P. Moreland

By Sean McDowell Nov. 20, 2017 9:00 a.m. Apologetics, Philosophy

J.P. Moreland is one of the top 50 most influential living philosophers. He is a distinguished professor of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology, and is one of my all-time favorite teachers. Today he is a colleague and a good friend. I recently had the opportunity to interview him about his soon-to-be-released book: Theistic Evolution: A Scientific, Philosophical and Theological Critique ...

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Vilenkin on the Universe’s Coming into Being without a Cause

By William Lane Craig Nov. 17, 2017 9:00 a.m. Apologetics, Philosophy

... While I do not wish for anyone to be a non-theist, I must confess that Alex Vilenkin’s being an agnostic about God is dialectically advantageous for the proponent of the kalām cosmological argument, since it pulls the rug from beneath anyone who claims that belief that the universe began to exist is due to one’s theological commitments or that dreaded disorder of “confirmation bias.” Vilenkin has no theological axe to grind concerning this scientific question and so can be ruthlessly objective ...

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Infants and Children in the Church: An Interview with Kevin Lawson

Nov. 16, 2017 9:00 a.m. Christian Education, Church Life, Marriage and Family, Ministry and Leadership, Theology

Dr. Kevin Lawson (Professor of Educational Studies at Talbot School of Theology) recently co-edited and published Infants and Children in the Church: Five Views on Theology and Ministry in partnership with Dr. Adam Harwood (Associate Professor of Theology at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary)We wanted to learn more about this book, so we had Dr. Lawson respond to some questions ...

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Living as a Faithful Man: What I do? OR Who I am?

By Dave Talley Nov. 15, 2017 9:00 a.m. Culture, Marriage and Family, Ministry and Leadership

Do you want to be a faithful man? Do you long to be a man who “stays the course” in the midst of so many who are failing? Have you known failure and now you are determined to make the best of a second chance? I assume that the answer to any of the above questions, which are applicable to you, is “yes” since you are reading through this article ...

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When Pursuing a Ph.D., "Discipline and Diligence Are the Main Things"

By Eduard Borysov Nov. 14, 2017 9:00 a.m. Christian Education, Ministry and Leadership

Christian Megapolis is conducting a project, which considers the following two issues: (1) the nature of doctoral education and (2) actual national Ukrainian doctors and doctoral students as living, interesting personalities. To this end we invite you to enjoy this interview of Eduard Borysov by Rostislav Tkachenko ...

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7 Insights from Traveling to Israel

By Sean McDowell Nov. 13, 2017 9:00 a.m. Apologetics, Culture, New Testament, Old Testament

A couple of weeks ago I had the chance of visiting the beautiful land of Israel. My wife and I went with Israel Collective, an organization dedicated to peace-making in Israel. We saw remarkable sites, met unique people (Israelis, Palestinians, Druze), heard powerful lectures, and ate some of the best food I have ever had—period ...

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What Good Are "Thoughts and Prayers" After a Mass Shooting?

By David Horner Nov. 11, 2017 9:00 a.m. Culture, Theology

... Suffering is not only physical. It’s also emotional, psychological, relational and spiritual. Victims and their families have internal wounds and struggles; some find this pain equal to or even greater than that of their external wounds. Sufferers need comfort, love, a taste of goodness, a measure of peace. They need hope ...

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