Essays

Essay Description Author
An Approach to Christian Apologetics How effective can Christian apologetics be? On whom does the burden of proof lie? What makes apologetic arguments more or less effective? Dennis McCallum presents an outline answering these and more questions. Dennis McCallum
Apologetics and Worldviews Communication Points Gary and Dennis briefly outline some helpful communication guidelines for discussing worldviews and apologetics. Gary DeLashmutt and Dennis McCallum
Christ and Scriptural Interpretation Christ's view of the authority of canonical Scripture Chris Lang
Christian Witness in a Pluralistic Age Intro into Pluralistic Postmodernism Jim Leffel
Evolution and the Bible Jeff and Doug provide an analysis of evolution and its Biblical compatibility. Jeff Gordon, Doug Rudy
How We Got the Canon of Scripture Dennis provides a look into how the books of the Bible came together. Dennis McCallum
No Need For Apologetics? Postmodernism’s Effect on Christian Apologetics Conrad Hilario discusses the importance of Apologetics and the need for it. Conrad Hilario
Testing Basic Beliefs In this essay, our concern is to provide criteria that distinguish a good set of basic beliefs from a poor one. Jim Leffel
The Case for Christ's Resurrection Chris Lang summarizes recent arguments supporting the historicity of the resurrection. Chris Lang
The Existence and Nature of God: Presuppositional Argument An inside look into the presuppositional apologetics argument Dennis McCallum
The Existence of God: Argument from Design A short essay arguing the existence of God from the design of the world Dennis McCallum
The Problem of Evil Dennis presents several of the main responses to the presence of evil in the world and its impact on the existence of the God of the Bible. Dennis McCallum
Theistic Apologetics Dennis and Gary outline the types of Theistic apologetics that can be utilized, as well as their strengths and weaknesses. Dennis McCallum and Gary DeLashmutt