Just in case you missed it, we had an amazing time of teaching, fun and fellowship at the Proof of God Conference last month in Orlando. Having the opportunity to share the stage with such powerful speakers (Ken Ham, Mark Spence, Carl Kerby, Paul Taylor & Sye TenBruggencate) was truly a great honor for me. Oh, how I wish we could do something like this every month. Then, maybe those of you who weren’t there could find a way to come be a part of the fun, too. Stay tuned to our youtube channel for the next few weeks because we’ll be uploading more and more footage from the Conference as we come across it. Don’t forget, though, even if you weren’t at the actual Conference, you can still own it for yourself on dvd. Check out these videos for a glimpse of what you missed.
As an author, I like to check where my books are being sold and often check on their Amazon listings. It was amusing to find that the Amazon algorithm had recommended a useful product for people who were buying my new book, No Time for Itching Ears. It suggested that they buy a cream that treats fungal infections in your ear!
Can you defend your faith in the God of the Bible? If you are a Christian, you are commanded to do just that. Better start getting ready.
Richard Dawkins is well-known for his lack of logic in his diatribes against Christians, and especially against creationists. One American politician has recently, famously, cast doubt on the theory of evolution. This made the retired Oxford professor’s blood boil. Writing in the Washington Post:
For fun the other day I twittered this question: How many questions will Science never answer?
Atheists ask for “proof” all the time; however, I don’t believe that is really what they want. I believe that atheists really want to be “persuaded” more than anything else. The reason I believe this is outlined below.
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