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Email List for Christian Apologetics Group!

I haven’t updated this blog much, and there’s good reason for that! I’ve been CRAZY busy this year with the launch of Twin Cities Apologetics, a group which equips followers of Jesus with Apologetics resources and builds up ambassadors for … Continue reading

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5 Objections to the Life of Jesus That Are Simply False

Imagine you’re watching a Youtube video of your favorite Christian song. You decide to scroll down to the comments section. There you read three words you never expected to see: JESUS NEVER EXISTED This is exactly what happened to me … Continue reading

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10 Things Christians Should Do On Every Flight

Flights provide a great opportunity to talk about spiritual topics with people you never met. Conversation opens up naturally as people share their travel plans. Still, making the transition to a spiritual topic during the flight can seem intimidating. I … Continue reading

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How Comparing on Instagram Crushes Christians

Sometimes I like to write about struggles that I’m dealing with right now. One of these struggles doesn’t seem like a big deal at first, but it can actually be consuming. Based on conversations I’ve had recently, the struggle affects … Continue reading

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When Satire Turns Serious: My Unexpected Babylon Bee Discussion

Over the weekend I had a serious conversation about the Resurrection of Jesus in the last place I’d expect – a satire website! That’s right – in a Babylon Bee post from Saturday, I wrote a comment that received quite … Continue reading

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Is the New Testament Accurate? – The Big and Small Questions

In meetings for Twin Cities Apologetics, discussion has commonly focused on a specific time gap – the time between when Jesus lived, and when the information about him was written down. But one member of the group recently asked a question about another … Continue reading

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I’m a Christian Because Of… The Resurrection

If you asked me why I am a Christian, my first response would involve the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The resurrection is one of the most important and one of the most historically verifiable aspects of Christianity. To explain how it’s … Continue reading

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