Collin Hansen talks with Alec Ryrie about anger and anxiety as the emotional hallmarks of doubt, effecting a massive transformation from World War II until our own day.
The intellectual case for unbelief only emerges after many generations of emotional and practical unbelief—and when it does, it emerges as an attempt to articulate and substantiate a posture of doubt that has already been felt, at a visceral level, for some time.
Sharing Christ with atheists and agnostics isn’t an endeavor to take lightly. Here are six tips.
Glen Scrivener explains how the real inconsistency is logical consistency.
Richard Dawkins’s latest atheistic tract consistently fails to engage opposing arguments and frequently falls short of the research standards we should expect of an academic author.