Were you aware that St. Patrick was kidnapped in his youth from England and taken as a slave to Ireland? Yes, indeed! The story of how God transformed Patrick’s life through the Gospel of Jesus is incredibly encouraging! Shared here are two video resources about the life of St. Patrick. I hope they are a … Continue reading Who was St Patrick?
Good Friday is Coming
As Good Friday approaches, please consider examining the claims Jesus made about Himself. Friends, if His resurrection didn’t happen, Christianity isn’t a viable worldview…it would be futile and misleading. Christianity’s existence hinges entirely on Jesus’s resurrection (1 Corinthians 15). “For I delivered to you as of first importance what I also received: that Christ died … Continue reading Good Friday is Coming
Jesus and Luke 24
Per the ESV Study Bible: Written by Luke around A.D. 62 (30 years after Jesus’s Resurrection), an Antiochian physician (Col 4:14) and traveling companion of Paul, the third Gospel was intended for both “Jews and Gentiles alike.” In the twenty-fourth chapter we are told that Jesus’s body was not found in the tomb. This is … Continue reading Jesus and Luke 24
Philippians 2: What Does “Emptied Himself” Refer To?
Per GotQuestions: “Christ’s ‘emptying’ of Himself was the laying aside of the privileges of divinity, not divinity itself. In heaven, the Son of God possessed infinite honor and glory and adoration. But He chose to leave that position of honor, and He ‘made himself nothing’ (Philippians 2:7). When He came to earth, He veiled His … Continue reading Philippians 2: What Does “Emptied Himself” Refer To?
“Did God Create Evil?” by GotQuestions
The following apologetic article was written by GotQuestions, and can therefore be found at http://www.GotQuestions.org. Question: "Did God create evil?" Answer: At first it might seem that if God created all things, then evil must have been created by God. However, evil is not a "thing" like a rock or electricity. You cannot have a … Continue reading “Did God Create Evil?” by GotQuestions
The “One Another” of Philippians Two
To preface, friends, please always check what I say and write by Scripture…It’s so important that we test what is taught by anyone alongside the straightedge of God’s Word. Prior to “being made alive together with Christ” (Eph 2:5), we were spiritually dead (separated from God)…disobedient to God, carrying out the desires of our fallenness. … Continue reading The “One Another” of Philippians Two
Help! My Friend Professes Christianity but She and I Disagree on Everything!What Should I Do?
Written by Women in Apologetics, this post and can be found on WIA’s Facebook and Instagram platforms. Author: Meridith Black December 2022 Do you have a friend and/or family member who professes Christianity but disagrees with you on numerous matters? If you answered "yes," please be encouraged... God can help you navigate these challenges. It'll … Continue reading Help! My Friend Professes Christianity but She and I Disagree on Everything!What Should I Do?
Works-Based Worldviews and Why Christianity is Different
Written by Women in Apologetics and can be found on Facebook and Instagram. Penned by Meridith Black October 2023 What makes Christianity stand apart among all other worldviews is the gospel of Jesus Christ. What captured the Reformers from the 1500's onward was the fact that God's word explicitly points to salvation being by grace … Continue reading Works-Based Worldviews and Why Christianity is Different
From Where Does our Hope Come?
“If you look at the world, you'll be distressed. If you look within, you'll be depressed. If you look at God you'll be at rest.” - Corrie Ten Boom While the world beckons us to look within, saying “You’ve got this!” Corrie knew that by looking within for strength and guidance was a bewildering journey. … Continue reading From Where Does our Hope Come?
The World Separates Religion from Reality, Relegating Religion to Relativism
Written by Women in Apologetics and can be found on Facebook and Instagram. Author: Meridith Black March 7, 2023 “The Christian worldview isn’t limited only to Sunday morning, but instead encompasses all of life. As Francis Schaeffer said, ‘Christianity is not a series of truths in the plural, but rather truth spelled with a capital … Continue reading The World Separates Religion from Reality, Relegating Religion to Relativism