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Evidence That Demands A Verdict: An Overview

In #All, Apologetics, Atheism, Bible, Celebrity, Christianity, Free Will, Historical Manuscripts, Jesus Christ, Logic, Materialism, Morality & Ethics, Naturalism, New Testament, New Testament, Old Testament, Philosophy, Reasoning, Reliability, Skeptic, The Historical Person, Truth by Justin Hornbaker

Have you ever wondered how you would answer someone who pointed to the Gnostic gospels as evidence that the Bible isn’t reliable? How about dealing with the objection that Christianity is a copy-cat religion? Well now there is an outstanding resource at your fingertips to deal with these objections and more! Josh and Sean McDowell are releasing a book this …

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Starting & Ending With Christianity

In #All, Apologetics, Bible, Christianity, ID, Justin's HS Class, Logic, Morality & Ethics, Mormonism, Podcast, Theology, Transgender, Truth by Justin Hornbaker

In this podcast the series “What They Won’t Teach You In College” continues. In lesson number ten Justin zooms out to look at the big picture, building on what was covered previously, and ends with the reason why one should always begin with Christianity in the quest for knowing our Creator.

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Christ-Centered Apologetics

In #All, Apologetics, Apologist, Bible, Christianity, Church Presentation, Evangelism, Iglesia ni Cristo, Jesus Christ, Law & Gospel, Podcast, Theology, Truth by Justin Hornbaker

This podcast is a recording of Justin Hornbaker speaking at Interior Community Church in the Badlands of South Dakota. The message is titled “Christ-Centered Apologetics” and the message is derived from 1 Peter 3:15. This recording took place on Sunday morning May 7th, 2017. Click here for the Manuscript, verse references included.

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Reading It Right

In #All, Apologetics, Bible, Christianity, Interpretation, Orthodoxy, Reasoning, Theology, Truth by Justin Hornbaker

Did you know that Jesus was a pirate?*   Let me explain. Jesus’ activities were the activities of a pirate, Jesus talked like a pirate, and the requirements for his followers were those of a pirate. The evidence below speaks for itself. 1. Jesus’ pirate activities. Jesus spent a lot of time with sinners and tax collectors. At the same time …