Scholarly Archive

Christian Truth and Apologetics

December 21, 2019

Summary: Most atheists have argued that in order for the Christian to prove that God is real, he must also prove that atheism is false. But is this sound?

February 13, 2019

Hey Ben, I am a skeptic and I have a question about God's existence. Regarding my views on God, I describe myself as an "Agnostic-Atheist." In other words, I d

August 28, 2018

Until roughly the nineteenth century, the argument for the resurrection stood on the firm ground of biblical history. But following the advance of bib

July 29, 2018

Ben. Thanks for your interesting article: "Why I Am Not A Skeptic." You've certainly managed to "grab" the attention of your Christian readers

May 17, 2018

Dear Ben, I am a skeptic and I have recently read your article "Escaping the Matrix And Other Possible Worlds" in which you deal with René Descartes' famous abs

April 26, 2018

Hey Ben, Can you tell me your thoughts are about how Van Til described the methods of reasoning. He claimed that every person reasons in a circular motion and

March 3, 2018

Hello Ben Fischer, I'm a naturalist. You give some facts in a few of your articles on your website that seem to show that Darwin’s theory of evolution is an ou

February 23, 2018

The greatest challenge to human knowledge of all time is skepticism. No other philosophical position is more faith robbing. But need that be? This article explores the work of leading philosopher René Descartes and demonstrates convincingly that God is Lord of the skep...

May 24, 2017

Recent thought on future contingents brings fresh interest to discussions on premonitions. Leading scholar, Nassim Taleb, holds that the future is unpredictable. We offer insight from Bible prophecy to show proof that the future has been accurately predicted.

February 5, 2017

Many skeptics have attempted to avert the implications of the strong historical case for the Bible by insisting that history, as a discipline, cannot be experimentally verified. But is science any better? Find out here.