Apologetics

Aren’t all religions the same? Don’t all religions point to the same God?

Aren’t all religions the same? Don’t all religions point to the same God?

Are all religions the same? Do all religions point to the same God? These questions have been and are continuing to be asked by many people. As Christians, we must be able to answer this question when people ask and help them see how these questions should actually cause them to question why they believe what they believe.

If God knew Adam & Eve were going to sin, why bother creating them? (Video)

If God knew Adam & Eve were going to sin, why bother creating them? (Video)

Why would God create Adam & Eve if He knew they were going to sin? Why not fix the problem before it starts? This question has been asked across the ages. And praise God He gives us the answer in Scripture! But is His answer the answer you would give?

This question is the 2nd of this 3-part series hosted by P4CM during October entitled “Tackling Tough Questions”.

Why do good things happen to evil people? (Video)

Why do good things happen to evil people? (Video)

It’s not why do bad things happen to good people, though I do answer this question too. The better question is, why do good things happen to bad/evil people? This question is the 1st I get to answer from a 3-part series hosted by P4CM during October entitled “Tackling Tough Questions”.

Do Mormons & Christians Believe in the same God?

Do Mormons & Christians Believe in the same God?

A fellow brother in the Faith, added me to a Facebook conversation about Mormonism and Christianity. His heart was to win back another fella we all mutually know who has drifted back again into the Mormon belief. My response was an attempt to simply draw a line in the sand and show how we are not on the same team just with simple differences.

The Holy Trinity...for those who don't know

The Holy Trinity...for those who don't know

A lot of issues arise from not clearly and properly defining the meaning of the Trinity. This short writing is to speak against the “modalism” teaching and there not being distinction within the Godhead.