Posted by Women in Apologetics on 12/13/2022 “It’s so easy to get caught up in the latest controversy or breaking news story. But current events are merely surface effects, like waves in an ocean. The real action happens below the surface, at the level of worldviews,” says Nancy Pearcey in her book Love Thy Body. … Continue reading The Impact of the Soul/Body Divide in Today’s Culture
Thankful on Thanksgiving 🍁
For what and for whom are you thankful, today? The following Bible verses are focused upon the importance of “thankfulness.” Friend, there is so much God has given us. Every good and perfect gift comes from Him (James 1:17). The air we breathe, the food we eat, the people we meet… (you!) ♥️ We are … Continue reading Thankful on Thanksgiving 🍁
What is the Christian’s Purpose? By Julissa Mena
This article can be found both on the Women in Apologetics Facebook and Instagram platforms. I hope and pray it blesses you! Facebook post link (click here)
What is The Gospel?
https://youtu.be/qqHUSwmv3gg 7 minutes with Jeff Durbin 1 Corinthians 15 Now I want to make clear for you,[a] brothers and sisters,[b] the gospel that I preached to you, that you received and on which you stand, 2 and by which you are being saved, if you hold firmly to the message I preached to you—unless you … Continue reading What is The Gospel?
Jesus Outside of the Bible?
Ladies, did you know that Jesus was mentioned outside of the Bible by Greco-Roman, Syrian, and Jewish (Non-Christian, possibly “hostile”) sources? It’s true! Per Dr. Gary Habermas, scholars agree that there are 130 sources, both Christian and non-Christian, referencing Jesus outside of the New Testament. These sources are only within 100-150 years of Jesus’s crucifixion … Continue reading Jesus Outside of the Bible?
1 Thessalonians 5
1 Thessalonians 5:18 Inspired by God, the first letter to the Thessalonians was written by Paul (possibly alongside Timothy and Silas) on or around A.D. 50. Per Dr. Gary Habermas, New Testament scholars are now attesting that 1 Thessalonians could be the earliest New Testament Epistle. The video below shows Dr. Gary Habermas explaining the … Continue reading 1 Thessalonians 5
Gnosticism: A Biblical Perspective
“For if someone comes and proclaims another Jesus different from the one we proclaimed, or if you receive a different spirit than the one you received, or a different gospel than the one you accepted, you put up with it well enough!”2 Corinthians 11:4 In 2021 I began learning about an old Christian heresy called, … Continue reading Gnosticism: A Biblical Perspective
Contemplative Prayer: Is It Biblical?
The following post consists of 2 videos (at the end), along with 2 articles. The first piece was written by GotQuestions.org and the second, much larger exposition, was authored by Marcia Montenegro on behalf of Midwest Christian Outreach. Both provide a Biblical perspective regarding the growing popularity of Contemplative Prayer within numerous churches. Friends, please … Continue reading Contemplative Prayer: Is It Biblical?
The Enneagram Family Tree
A heartfelt Thank You to Marcia Montenegro, Jay Medenwaldt, Alisa Childers, Krista Bontrager, Melissa Dougherty, CRI, Dr. Christopher Berg, Dr. Rhenn Cherry, Midwest Christian Outreach, Cultish (Apologia Studios), Women in Apologetics, Steven Bancarz, Sean McDowell, Unbelievable with Justin Brierley, Fr Mitch Pacwa, Doreen Virtue, Dr. Douglas Groothuis, Brandon Medina, and Apologetics315 for all of the … Continue reading The Enneagram Family Tree
“Looking for Brief and Accessible Books on the Origins of the Biblical Canon? Here are Two Good Ones” by Michael Kruger
March 28, 2022 Author: Michael Kruger Website: http://www.michaeljkruger.com Whenever I speak on the origins of the New Testament canon, I am regularly asked about whether there are brief, accessible books on the subject—the kind that could be given to lay folks in the church. Unfortunately, my books on canon usually don’t qualify (e.g., Canon Revisited … Continue reading “Looking for Brief and Accessible Books on the Origins of the Biblical Canon? Here are Two Good Ones” by Michael Kruger