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General Apologetics

Articles dealing with apologetic matters that have a bearing on Biblical archaeology and the authority, reliability and Inerrancy of Scripture.

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How should Christians react to the 'consensus of experts' that there was no Exodus or Conquest as recorded in the Old Testament?

From what we know of human nature, it is virtually impossible to accept the premise that the moral precepts of the Bible were the invention of men...

Apologetic ministries like ABR must work hard to demonstrate that unbiblical theories about the Bible need to be refuted and placed on the ash heap of history.

Throughout the history of the Church, Christian apologists have worked diligently to respond to heresies within the Church and attacks from outside the Church... Apologists such as Aquinas, C.S. Lewis and van Til developed arguments and systems to respond to the issues of their day...

This story is one that has been repeated time and again throughout more than a century of excavations in the Holy Land. It involves a tendency to make claims based upon incomplete evidence and fails to account for the principle that absence of evidence does not equal evidence of absence...

Our desire to put people under the hearing of the Gospel drives us to create missions strategies that reach around the globe, but at the same time we tend to bypass our responsibility 'to contend for the faith' (Jude 3) in the midst of our own culture...

The problem of evil has been debated over the long centuries, and the debate still rages on today. I have found what I believe to be a consistent error in writings related to the problem of evil. This error is related to the doctrine of God, and particularly, the doctrines of omnipotence and omniscience...

Where does the authority of the absolute moral principle come from?

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