Reading Time: 8 minutes By: Brad Moore
Communication via printed words


Language is the lifeblood of human communication and understanding. The words we choose to express our thoughts, beliefs, and ideas matter immensely. As our society continually evolves, the meanings of words can shift and diverge from their original intentions.  Words like respect, justice and freedom have multiple nuanced meanings, often creating a tangled web of misunderstandings. This linguistic phenomenon is particularly problematic when discussing complex, concepts like truth, belief systems, and the intricate frameworks found within Christian thought.

In today’s world, we frequently encounter situations where people seem to agree on the surface, only to realize that they hold fundamentally different underlying beliefs and ideologies.

Reading Time: 14 minutes By: Brad Moore
God creates Adam


As skepticism and secularism gain more traction in our world today, establishing a rational defense of belief in God and Jesus Christ has become increasingly important. The principles of first principles reasoning, foundational to philosophy and science alike, offer a compelling avenue to ground such an argument providing convincing reasoning for this belief. This article draws from the wisdom and arguments of renowned apologists like Norm Geisler, J. Warner Wallace, Greg Koukl, Lee Strobel, Josh McDowell, C.S. Lewis, Tim Keller, Hugh Ross, as well as the timeless truths of the Word of God itself.