8 Christian thinkers you should take seriously

Over the course of history, God raises people who influence the body of Christ through their ministry and writings. And of them, it can be said that even while dead, they still speak (Hebrews 11:4). Below are a few of such figures who should be taken seriously by the Christian believer today. The list is … Continue reading 8 Christian thinkers you should take seriously

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The problem of evil: a Christian response

It’s everywhere. Recently, scores of people were slaughtered in a middle belt state here in Nigeria by people believed to be herdsmen from the northern part of the country. Years ago, I lost a dear cousin to HIV. Many have also lost loved ones to cancer, malaria, and several other diseases. A hurricane swept through … Continue reading The problem of evil: a Christian response

Six Enemies Of Apologetic Engagement, by Douglas Groothuis

This article was written by Dr Douglas Groothuis. He teaches philosophy at Denver Seminary in Littleton, Colorado (U.S.A). By the way, he is also a Facebook friend! Introduction The evangelical world today suffers from apologetic anemia. Despite the fact that holy Scripture calls believers to give a reason for the hope we have in Christ … Continue reading Six Enemies Of Apologetic Engagement, by Douglas Groothuis

Book Review: Why I Believe

Why I Believe D. James Kennedy (1930 – 2007) Thomas Nelson, Inc (2005), 222 pages Reviewed by Dayo Adewoye   The late Dr Kennedy explores the grounds for some foundational teachings of Christianity, including: God, Creation, Heaven and hell, Christ, the Holy spirit, etc, And he offers compelling reasons for believing each one. He opens … Continue reading Book Review: Why I Believe