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Does A Theistic God Exist?

In #All, Apologetics, Biology, Creation, Evangelism, ID, Justin's HS Class, Logic, Mathematics, Philosophy, Podcast, Reasoning, Science, Skeptic, Truth by Justin Hornbaker

Continuing the lessons from Justin’s spring class “What They Won’t Teach You In College,” this is lesson number seven titled “Does A Theistic God Exist?” starting with a review and following with several YouTube videos that present some of the best arguments for the existence of God. You can view the YouTube videos at these links, with the exception of …

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The Boulder That Was Too Big For God

In #All, Apologetics, Christianity, Logic, Philosophy, Reasoning, Skeptic, Theology, Truth, Uncategorized by Brian Johnson

Can God Do Anything? I was raised a Lutheran and in my catechism class I learned about God’s attributes. Two of them are God is omniscient  (Job 21:22 Psalm 147:4-5) and omnipotent (Job 11:7-11 Job 37:23). If God is all knowing and all powerful then of course He can do anything……..or can He? This is a common idea most Christians …

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INC Debate Recap

In #All, Apologetics, Bible, Censorship of Competition, Christianity, Cult Ministry, Debate, Iglesia ni Cristo, Logic, Orthodoxy, Podcast, Reasoning, Social Media, Theology by Brian Johnson

On Sunday a round table podcast was recorded with Brian Johnson, Aaron Knudson, Matt Irwin and Justin Hornbaker giving a recap of the debate from what they have observed. They also look forward to upcoming events this summer with more opportunities to preach the gospel and defend the faith. Listen in to hear the latest on what SD Apologetics will …

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Answering A Post-Truth Culture Part 2

In #All, Apologetics, Curriculum, Education, Instructor, Justin's HS Class, Logic, Materialism, Morality & Ethics, Naturalism, Podcast, Reasoning, Relativism, Skeptic, Theology, Truth by Justin Hornbaker

This is lesson number six in the series What They Won’t Teach You In College. In this session Justin continues on the current state of our culture and how it has been handling fundamental questions like: What is truth? Is truth important? How can we trust our perception of truth? and Is there a foundation for truth?