Know Apology

On a Razor’s Edge

by Ken Williams


In the last issue we spoke about the scientific evidence for a beginning to the universe and how this pointed to a necessary beginner. In this issue, I want to discuss another piece of scientific evidence that points, not to a beginner, but a designer.

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Julie Andrews as the Clue to the Universe

by Ken Williams


Where did we come from? This is one of the most fascinating questions we can ask. When asked, most of us immediately begin to think of human origins (evolution vs. God). We are naturally most interested in knowing about ourselves and where we came from. After all, we’ve been told by science and school that evolution is a fact and this goes against everything we’ve learned at home and church and can be discouraging to some.
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Truth is not Ice Cream

by Ken Williams


In the first issue we spoke about a hurdle that often must be overcome before skeptical friends can begin taking the truth claims of the Bible seriously. This hurdle involved framing the conversation around the idea of worldview instead of religion. As we discussed, even though everyone (in reality) has a religion, some will find the word itself off-putting. Therefore, a better term to use is “worldview” and we discussed at length what that might look like in a conversation.
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The Key to Finding Common Ground

by Ken Williams


Understanding worldview as the first step in Christian apologetics.

For the majority of my life I was an ardent atheist. One of the main reasons I now am not, is Christian Apologetics. Apologetics is “the defense of something,” Christian apologetics then, is the defense of the Christian faith. It is providing a thoughtful, reasonable, and persuasive case for the truth claims of Christianity. This practice has largely been lost in our culture.
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