What Is Truth? A Christian Perspective

By Todd Clay / July 8, 2018

What is truth, how it’s anchored in God, why we expect truth, and why we don’t want truth (sometimes). Short Answer True is that which conforms with fact or reality. Truth is not determined by personal feelings, popular vote, scientific consensus, or any human court of appeal. Truth simply is what is and is anchored […]

Read More

Everyone is Religious

By Todd Clay / July 1, 2018

A challenge to the traditional understanding of “religion”, exploring religion’s attributes, and demonstrating how everyone is religious – even atheists. Everyone is religious. However, religion is not always expressed in prayers, kneeling, and hymns. An atheist’s religion (yes, atheists are religious – see below) looks different from a Christian’s religion, but there are some core […]

Read More

The Myth of Neutrality in Religion

By Todd Clay / June 17, 2018

Exposing the lie of “neutrality”, demonstrating how Jesus addressed it, and revealing how other Christian thinkers tackle the “myth of neutrality”. Short Answer The idea that a person can be neutral in relation to religion in general and Christianity in particular is wrong. Jesus taught you were either for him or against him (Matthew 12:30). […]

Read More

Five Objections to Presuppositional Apologetics Crushed

By Todd Clay / June 10, 2018

How the top 5 objections to Christian presuppositionalism from believers and unbelievers ultimately fail. Short Answer #1: Presuppositionalism depends on circular reasoning…but so does every other worldview. #2: Presuppositionalism is dogmatic…but so is every other worldview. #3: Presuppositionalism prevents common ground with unbelievers…is both true in one sense and false in another. #4: Presuppositionalism dodges […]

Read More

What is Presuppositional Apologetics?

By Todd Clay / June 3, 2018

Presuppositional apologetics defined, justified, and exploring the five major planks of the presuppositional platform. Short Answer Presuppositional apologetics is an approach to Christian apologetics which aims to expose the faulty foundations of unbelieving thought and argues the Biblical worldview alone makes human experience intelligible. Long Answer Presuppositional apologetics is a branch of Christian apologetics. Apologetics […]

Read More

What Is Hell?

By Todd Clay / May 27, 2018

A short, Biblical defense of the traditional understanding of hell, highlights from church history & two major challenges to hell. Short Answer: Hell is a place of eternal conscious punishment for the wicked. Long Answer: What ever happened to hell? At one time, pastors preached sermons like The Eternity of Hell Torments by Jonathan Edwards […]

Read More

What Is Heaven? A Biblical Overview

By Todd Clay / May 20, 2018

Heaven in the Bible: God’s home and believers’ destination, what heaven is like, and who will go there. Short Answer The Bible teaches that heaven is where God lives, where his angels do his will, and where his people live with him forever. Heaven is an unimaginably glorious place, but the unrighteous will never go […]

Read More

What Is Love? A Christian Perspective

By Todd Clay / May 13, 2018

Love defined, how the world loves contrasted with how God loves and how Christians are to love. Short Answer Genuine love is an unselfish, affectionate, and benevolent concern for another person and the source of that desire is from God which is contrasted to the World’s idea of love. Long Answer “What is love?” Of […]

Read More

Existence of God: 31 Reasons To Believe In The God of the Bible

By Todd Clay / May 6, 2018

God has imprinted his fingerprints on the universe in many ways. Here are 31 ways the God of the Bible has made himself obvious to the world. God exists. According to the Bible, “God is plain to them, because God has shown it to them…so they are without excuse. (Romans 1:19-20). To the Apostle, the […]

Read More

What Is A Reformed Baptist?

By Todd Clay / March 11, 2018

What is Reformed Theology, Distinctives of Reformed Baptists, and Reformed Baptists in Church History and Today. Christians come in all shapes and sizes. According to Pew Research in 2010 (NPR), there were 2.2 billion people who profess to be Christians. That number counts all Roman Catholics (the largest group), Protestants, Orthodox adherents, and various heterodox […]

Read More
1 2 3