In part 3 of Kelly’s Apologetics 101 series at Summit Drive Church, she presents a case for the resurrection based on 5 historical facts that virtually all scholars (including critics) agree upon. Lighting is poor, but audio is fine.
By Tim Barnett “Are you a good person?” That’s the question The Telegraph put to its readership last month. Most people, even those who don’t think very highly of themselves, are likely to answer in the affirmative. However, this particular news outlet found that many people wondered what it means to be a good person. Here is a different, yet […]
by Justin Wishart The late Christopher Hitchens makes an argument that has gained some traction in Atheistic circles, and I have to admit that the argument is not bad. Michael Reeves, in his book Delighting in the Trinity: An Introduction to the Christian Faith, quotes Hitchens as saying: I think it would be rather awful […]
By David Haines In this article, the fourth article in the blog series Contending for God, sponsored by the Canadian Apologetics Coalition, I will first outline Thomas Aquinas’s first way, then comment on the premises. Aquinas says that this is the most evident or manifest way to demonstrate that God is. It should be noted that if […]
By Shaw Ferguson I remember the first time I encountered Anselm’s ontological argument. It took me some time wrestling with it in my mind before I could grasp its intricacies. When I finally started to comprehend its implications, I went back and forth for months in my opinion of it. At times I felt it […]
By Paul Buller whyjesus.ca The search for God is a quest as old as human thought but the question remains; have we found him? Her? It? What would it look like to find God? How would we go about searching? What might get in our way? These are some of the questions I want to […]
The Canadian Apologetics Coalition is beginning a new blog series which is bound to be quite interesting. We will be looking at the question of whether or not God exists, and if God does exist, what are the implications for us humans? The proposed schedule of blog posts is listed below. I will post links […]
By Jojo Ruba It was the most memorable birthday party I’ve ever attended. That’s because it was literally a birth-day. I was the only available family member when my cousin was going into her last contractions. She’d already been at the hospital for over 20 hours and family and friends did our best to be there […]