Articles about Arguments from Skeptics

Christianity has always had skeptics. To establish that Christianity is true, spend some time becoming familiar with common arguments against biblical doctrine. Some arguments are stronger than others.

Eating Out With Your Kids When Hell is Real

Skeptics of Christianity often cite the so-called 'problem of evil' to indict Christians, and to indict God. How, they ask, could a loving God - or a supposedly loving follower - live a life with any joy, peace, or contentment while others suffer? Then, they ask, how could anyone be happy in Heaven when they know that others are suffering eternally in Hell? Consider this article as one example of how we might address such an objection.

Atheists in Praise of Christianity?

Historians have traditionally acknowledged the impact of Judaism and Christianity on western culture. That's no surprise. What IS surprising is the modern trend of atheists defending biblical values. Skeptics like Tom Holland, Richard Dawkins, and Jordan Peterson are now willing to admit that the values of Christianity are not only good, but necessary for human flourishing.

There is No Truth

Some like to say that there is no absolute truth. It’s a fun mental exercise, but nobody – absolutely nobody – lives that way. We all act as though what we believe is true. You do, and so do I… all day, every day. Try a little experiment: when someone tells you that there is no absolute truth, ask them, “Is that absolutely true?”

Why Doesn’t the Bible Address Modern Atheism?

The Bible spends almost no time on whether God exists. Instead, most of what we read expresses God's character. In a world of competing religions, polytheism, and syncretism, there was no real need for answering atheism.

Hume’s Argument Against Miracles: A Short Answer

David Hume (born 1711) was a scholar and skeptic who argued that miracles aren't possible. Despite the weakness of this argument, his influence over modern atheist thought can't be overstated. Nathan Liddell offers a quick response.