We know more about Jesus than any other person in antiquity.
We do not need Greek to read the Bible, but the original languages help us gain new insights and deeper clarity.
God is the creator and ruler of the universe – and that is good news.
“My emotional response to a particular doctrine or teaching is not the barometer of its theological truth.”
We believe there is only one way to heaven. But the good news is that there is a way at all.
We believe that Jesus is the Son of God. Everything else we believe depends on that.
We preserve the faith by passing it on. We defend the gospel by making disciples.
R. Albert Mohler teaches on apologetics in Southern Seminary chapel
The Bible is not just a book for Christians, it is the singular revealed word of God.
Defending the Christian faith is not for the weak or the lazy. It’s for the brave.
The goal of apologetics is more than the dissemination of facts, it’s the invitation into a relationship.
From playing trumpet in the same band as former President Bill Clinton to getting bitten on the lip by a rat in Africa, Mark T. Coppenger has had a wide range of interesting and instructive experiences.
Francis Schaeffer’s “How Should We Then Live” after 40 years
EDITOR’S NOTE: In what follows, Boyce College Dean Dan DeWitt talks about his new apologetics book, Christ or Chaos, with Towers editor S. Craig Sanders. CS: You write, “Every worldview is a novel.” And even though this book has a lot of short stories, how have you been able to portray this idea through your…
Christ or Chaos (Crossway 2016, $10.99) Dan DeWitt More than half of those raised in Southern Baptist churches leave the faith within two years of high school graduation, according to recent surveys. But precious few resources help young adults navigate the perilous intellectual and spiritual landscape of higher education. In his new book Christ or…