Free Audiobook: ‘Forensic Faith’ by J. Warner Wallace

March 31, 2018 @DannyScottonJr 0

People often think true “faith” = “blind faith” — and the blinder the better. And, I sometimes hear people claim that apologetics (making a defense) is unnecessary (e.g., “You can’t argue someone into Heaven!”). Wallace addresses this poor reasoning head on. In our increasingly secular society, he argues that now, more than ever, believers should have a more evidential faith. And, we have good reason to believe that we have the evidence to make our case.

Free Audiobook: God’s Crime Scene by J. Warner Wallace

March 30, 2018 @DannyScottonJr 0

What is the most plausible explanation of the Origins of the Universe, the Appearance of Design of the Universe, the Origins of Life, Objective Moral Values and Duties, Free Will, Consciousness, and the Existence of “Evil?” Employing his honed investigative skills, J. Warner Wallace — a former atheist, former cold case homicide detective and current adjunct professor at Biola University — argues that it is theism.

Free Audiobook: ‘Tactics’ by Greg Koukl

March 30, 2018 @DannyScottonJr 0

Greg Koukl offers great strategies (not tricks!) that are incredibly helpful when having discussions that are prone to become driven more by emotion than reason. Having a good strategy can lead to more confidence in such discussions, which can lead to more discussions in which one can confidently discuss the Good News of Christ.

Free Audiobook: ‘On Guard’ by Dr. William Lane Craig

March 29, 2018 @DannyScottonJr 0

After reviewing the definition and significance of apologetics, Dr. Craig offers reasonable arguments from science and philosophy (Cosmological Argument, Teleological Argument, Moral Argument, etc.) that plausibly warrant belief in God, followed by historical evidence for the Resurrection of Christ. He also addresses two of the more popular objections to a Christian worldview — The Problem of Evil/Suffering and the exclusivity of Christ’s claims…

Free Audiobook: ‘Making Sense of God’ by Tim Keller

March 28, 2018 @DannyScottonJr 0

As many apologists and even and skeptics acknowledge, objections to belief in God are often not intellectual, but emotional and volitional. Keller gives reasons why a theistic worldview ought to be emotionally and volitionally preferable to a secular worldview. That is, if we really think things through, we should want there to be a God…

Proverbs 9:6 #VOTD | Commentary + Memorization Tutorial (Video)

March 6, 2018 @DannyScottonJr 0

Today, C4C is studying Proverbs 9:1-18 — a juxtaposition of rival feasts hosted by Woman Wisdom and Women Folly. While the fools, scoffers, and mockers accept the invitation to the feast that leads to death, the wise accept the invitation of the feast that leads to life and understanding. The theology of the ‘Two Ways’ continues in the New Testament, leaving us all with Christ’s invitation to the Great Banquet — and a choice to make.