Interesting article by RTB’s Kenneth Samples on 20th century apologist Walter Martin. It’s an interesting read. Check it out!
An atheist Christian minister. That sounds like an oxymoron of illogical cohesion. Could an atheist serve as a Christian minister? According to the United Church of Canada and the Reverend Gretta Vosper, the answer is, yes. Gretta Vosper came out of the closet at her church. She came out of the closet, not as a […]
The image of a shepherd is used to portray a spiritual leader in Scripture, sometimes even a ruler. Shepherds are supposed to look out for their sheep. Sheep are especially vulnerable to attacks from predators. If a shepherd is good, the sheep will be protected. If the shepherd is bad, the sheep are ares good […]
Theologians often ponder the distinct attributes of God. God is known to be spirit, omniscient, omnipotent, omnisapient, omnibenevolent, and omnipresent. Creation is finite, holds no knowledge in and of itself, is limited in power, without wisdom, holds no sense of morality, and is limited to space and time. How does an all-powerful, perfect, Creator engage […]
Since 2012, the Bellator Christi Podcast has been on the air (formerly known as Redeeming Truth Radio). However, the podcasting service used to air the podcast (Blog Talk Radio) recently changed their policies concerning smaller podcasts such as mine. This policy change has forced me to research the plans offered by BTR and other podcasting […]
The Four Gospels are the primary documents that describe the life and teachings of Jesus. Traditionally since the earliest times of the church, the Evangelists have been ascribed to Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Modern critical scholarship has been more critical of the traditional authors. Many scholars will claim either that the Gospels were pieced […]