I know that there is no shortage of webpages that want to teach you how to read your Bible and that is great. However, what I want to share is how I personally treat and mark up God’s word in my studies.
Learn about what the Gospel is by breaking it into four easy to understand chronological events: Creation, Rebellion, Rescue and Renewal.
A short history of the Quran, its author, writing, literary style and evolution.
An brief overview of the life of Muhammad, the prophet of Islam. Read about his journey from prophet to warrior.
I plan to explain not only what Logic is, but also unveil its importance and weight within the realm of Christian Apologetics. Along with explaining how the Christian and the atheist account for the existence of logic, I will also spell out what the laws of logic are and how to test the statements in an argument to determine whether it is true or false.
This overview of Islam briefly explains the Five Pillars of Islam as well as some of the core teachings of Islam.
The underlying intention of apologetics would be to motivate you in passionately seeking out areas where you can grow deeper in knowledge and defense of your faith; which will serve to help you not be universally pacifistic when your faith is attacked but to be strategically aggressive.
Often times while in debate or discussion with someone, they may say something that they state as though it was truth, but upon further examination you find that in fact their statement does not prove anything. What they have committed is what is commonly known as a Logical Fallacy.
Following is a examination of how the Christian and the Atheist account for the existence of logic. Please take your time in going through each of the statements to make sure you understand and take them in, as it is easy to get lost in them.
The Heidelberg Catechism was written in Heidelberg at the request of Elector Frederick III, ruler of the most influential German province, the Palatinate, from 1559 to 1576. This pious Christian prince commissioned Zacharius Ursinus, twenty-eight years of age and professor of theology at the Heidelberg University, and Caspar Olevianus, twenty-six years old and Frederick’s court preacher, to prepare a catechism for instructing the youth and for guiding pastors and teachers. Frederick obtained the advice and cooperation of the entire theological faculty in the preparation of the Catechism. The Heidelberg Catechism was adopted by a Synod in Heidelberg and published in German with a preface by Frederick III, dated January 19, 1563. A second and third German edition, each with some small additions, as well as a Latin translation were published in Heidelberg in the same year.
Learn about what the Trinity is and some of the many misunderstandings regarding it.
Learn about why and how we pray to God as well as what benefit it brings to us.
Learn about what it means for God to be personal.
An overview of the five essentials of the Christian faith. If you deny any one of these, you are not a Christian.