Is Christianity a self-made religion? Is the idea of God a psychological crutch? This article examines the claims of atheism to shows that Christianity is not a psychological clutch.
Is atheism a belief system or not? Atheism makes a positive claim about its belief, and therefore it cannot be a non-belief. This article offers five characteristics of every belief system that proves atheism to be such.
Atheism is the belief that God does not exist. This article shows that belief in God is possible because there is evidence of him in the world, humanity, and the Bible.
This article reflects on the natural theology of the seventeenth-century fathers of modern science. This natural theology permeated the philosophical fabric of science for two hundred years. The article argues that this theology was brought to maturity in the deism of eighteenth-century science and the agnosticism and atheism that followed Darwin’s revolution.
This is the introduction and first chapter of a book which argues for the existence of God. The author maintains that atheism cannot be supported by science, and discusses the implications of believing in the existence of God. The focus of this section is the perspective of the Greek philosophers on religion. Is it true that religious ideas began with animism, developed into polytheism, and ended with monotheism?
Humanism and atheism pose a great challenge to Christians in our age. One of the biggest instruments of these movements is education. This article is geared to helping Christians understand what is happening within the world of education - especially tertiary education. It also gives ways in which to stand against prophets of atheism such as Richard Dawkins.