The Apologetics of Desire: How Humanity’s Universal Longing for God Suggests His Existence

By Joe Puckett, Jr.  There are many good arguments for God’s existence that make the Christian faith both overwhelmingly plausible and intellectually credible. But one such argument that is hardly discussed in modern apologetic circles is often referred to as the Argument from Desire. While C. S. Lewis is the most well-known proponent of this argument, others … Read more…

Entropy, Disorder, and God

By Charles McCown, M.S. MCSE, MCSA When considering entropy, Lord Kelvin’s 2nd Law of Thermodynamics often comes to mind, and it should. This law states that in a closed system (i.e. the universe), matter moves from an orderly to a disorderly state and that available energy neither increases nor decreases but remains constant. Entropy, simply … Read more…

How Pain Proves (Not Discredits) the Existence of God

By Brad Harrub, Ph.D. Pain has been a favorite tool that atheists use to criticize Christians, as they question God’s existence. However, recent visual studies of neurons growing and communicating in the brain have unveiled that the pain network is one of the most unappreciated systems in the human body and they reveal the handiwork … Read more…

When Worldviews Collide

By Dewayne Bryant   “How did we get here?” Human beings have been asking this question since the dawn of time. Christians believe that God created the world. Science textbooks teach that life is nothing more than a product of chance. Still others entertain outlandish ideas, like the belief that mankind was the product of … Read more…