Posts Tagged: faith

How Can I Believe Christianity ?

Some time ago, I had the chance to sit down with someone who wanted to see if I could help him recover his long-lost faith in Christianity. As we talked, I found myself confused about what he was actually struggling to believe in. Questions such as the existence of God, the reliability of the Bible,... Read more »

¿No Reprendió Jesús a Tomás por Querer Pruebas?

En el Ministerio de Josh McDowell, tratamos de ayudar a la gente a comprender por qué podemos creer que el cristianismo es verdadero. Como he sostenido en una anterior publicación del blog, este tipo de ministerio puede apoyarse bíblicamente. Sin embargo, algunas personas piensan que la razón y las pruebas son algo negativo para la… Read more »

Inspiration: Trust God in Your Waiting


For 50+ years, Josh McDowell Ministry has been leading seekers into a deeper knowledge of God’s truth and power. We offer you our accumulated knowledge and research to help you find truth and encouragement to live a healthy and whole life in Christ. Set Your Mind on God’s Faithfulness Are you in a season of… Read more »

Why Believe in God if I Can’t Feel, Hear, or See Him?

Why should I believe in God

It’s easy to believe in things that we can perceive through our senses. But the sensory things of this world aren’t the only things we believe in, right? We believe in many things that can’t be felt, seen, or heard. Consider the following. We believe in: Scientific theories, such as the Theory of Relativity. Certain… Read more »

Are Christianity and Science at War?

Christianity science war

I’m guessing God is totally cool with science. Every time I see an amazing sunset, or the clockwork ebb and flow of a beach, or the birth of new life, I am thoroughly convinced that God, the Creator, exists. Because each of these visuals is simply mind-blowing in their intricate precision and beauty. God spoke,… Read more »

3 Arguments Critics Use to Judge Christianity


Christians, say critics, are primarily hypocritical, intolerant, and judging. That should bother Christ followers. As Paul makes clear in his letter to the Corinthians, Christianity is a historical religion tied to the life, teachings, death, and resurrection of Jesus. These claims are testable, in that anyone can determine historically whether they are reliable. As we… Read more »

Apologetics: Apologizing for Believing in God?

Our directive: “Have a ready answer for what you believe.” Contrary to what the world thinks, Jesus did not ask His followers to believe with “blind” faith. Because He didn’t need to. He wasn’t a swindler, a magician, or a con artist. He was God. He spoke the truth, and demonstrated it time and time… Read more »

Elizabeth on “The Father Christmas Myth”

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses:   The Vending Machine God The Father Christmas Myth   “In Don’t Check Your Brains at the Door, this chapter talks about a 7 year old boy asking for God to prove himself. The boy kneels next to his bed asking for 1 million dollars from God. He… Read more »