Does Being a Faithful Christian Make You Immune To Anxiety/Depression?4 min read

“Am I a bad Christian because I'm... depressed?” Many faithful Christians suffer from depression or anxiety. They end up with a sense of guilt if they rely on medications to overcome their illness.  In this article, we’re going to talk about misconceptions that are associated with psychological illnesses.

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Two Logical Fallacies Behind Resurrection Skepticism3 min read

In attempts to examine the historical Jesus, many scholars have denied the resurrection account as an historical event. Such attempts always appear as taking a centrist approach to examining the life of Jesus, yet it becomes obvious that they are aligned on the side of the skeptics when it comes to the supernatural events in the story of Jesus. However, rejection of the supernatural…

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Is It Enough To Lead A Good Moral Life To Go To Heaven?4 min read

Let us begin our article by thinking about the scene of the older son in Christ’s parable of the Prodigal Son who was furiously saying...   “Look! All these years I’ve been slaving for you and never disobeyed your orders. Yet you never gave me even a young goat so I could celebrate with my friends” (Luke 15:29)  Now, let’s contemplate his expressions... “I’ve…

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Does God Break The Laws Of Nature By Doing Miracles?1 min read

This question positions the laws of nature as if they are criminal laws, and as such, breaking them is immoral or unreasonable. Therefore, God cannot do miracles, because He can’t be immoral or unreasonable to contradict Himself.  But that is far from the truth. Moral and civil laws are laws imposed on people to enforce right behaviour. On the other hand, the laws of…

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