Why are Christians and Atheists so aggressively angry towards one another? Brain science has the answer.
Why do devoted Christians stop believing and start criticizing? I looked at 32 deconversion stories from high-profile atheists to find out what led them away from religion.
This is a survey of former Christians who now identify as atheists for the purposes of research.
This article takes a look at how anger has grown in society and why it is attractive to people.
"Mansplain" is a new buzzword in regards to the sometimes awkward communication challenges between men and women. Mansplaining psychology, which uses cognitive science, can help to explain this social phenomenon.
Get Wisdom Get Understanding is a new book by a new author. The book oscillates between wisdom literature and self-help.
Studies show that Nations in Development are by far the most religious nations, while wealthier nations are far less religious. Why is this, and what can it tell us about the nature of religion? This extensive look at the data shows that religion may have some value the First World has forgotten.
The claim that Emperor Constantine took a variety of primitive legends and texts and united them in order to form the Christian religion is an old one, but has recently been resurrected by popular sources like Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code and the internet film Zeitgeist. Is it true?
When some internet podcasters, bloggers, and speakers started joking around about doing a conference together, through a series of coincidences, the joke became a reality much greater than they dreamed. Here's the story of the Mentionables. Who are they? Where did they come from?
Aaron Johnson has been a preacher, a Civil Rights Activist working hand in hand with MLK, and a politician who reformed the prison system in NC. His life is fascinating, and so is his book
Rev. Aaron Johnston is a pioneer in the Civil Rights Movement. This is an interview about his unprecedented partnership with a young, white author and how it was a dynamic success.
Atheist objections to religion run a much wider gambit than one might suppose. Here are a few objections for which most are not prepared.
Over time, it has become the conventional wisdom that, while Christmas has all the trappings of a Christian holiday, it is actually an ancient pagan holiday. To what extent is this true?
How does gratitude affect mental health, and how does religiosity or lack thereof affect gratitude
In online discussion, proper argumentation has practically been replaced by the use of memes or meme-driven statements. Why are online communities such as atheists increasingly relying on memes as arguments?
As atheism becomes a cohesive force in society, questions regarding "belief" and "doubt" are emerging as an important issue for psychological study. Here is what psychology says.
Dr. John Hannah's book, Our Legacy, outlines the history and development - not just of A church, but THE Church- including all of the separate churches and denominations.
Dr. Kenneth Miller says that assuming intelligent design would kill scientific inquiry. But could it possibly improve science, instead?
The world has seen countless religions in recorded history. Plenty of these are practiced to this day. Why do atheist books and speeches target only one of these religions?
Was the star of Bethlehem a historical event or mythology? What kind of celestial object could it have been? Author Dag Khilman finds the answer in Babylonian astrology.
Why is the Bible so filled with stories rather than teaching and theology? Carol Gray's "Social Stories" may give a clue to the answer.
Drew Sokol is a Christian pastor. Cory Markum is an outspoken atheist. How did this odd couple meet, and what is this project that they formed together? A project known as "Hinge."
Aron Wall has always been interested in two things: the nature of the universe, and the nature of God. Do the building blocks of the universe indicate a Builder? In this interview Wall says they do.
Jim Stump is a scientist who finds that philosophy of science and theology have a surprising intersection.
Dr. Hugh Ross is an astronomer whose work has led him to a firm conviction in the existence of God.
Could a Christian be a scientist? Edgar Andrews has been a scientist for over 60 years. Here's why he thinks that science actually proves the existence of God.
People are leaving the Christian church at an alarming rate. Detective J. Warner Wallace says that the reason is the Church's failure to answer important questions. His book searches for those answers. Does he find them? Read on for my full review.
Can Christians be scientists? David Snoke is a brilliant physicist who finds God in the details. Take a deeper look at his work and ideas.
Charles Clough has been studying meteorology since childhood. But he became a Christian in college. His Christian worldview has only ever complemented his science. This article will take a closer look at his work and beliefs.
Are science and God compatible? They might just be. Meet Dr. Anjeanette “AJ” Roberts, a microbiologist whose work led her to defend the existence of God.
The Case For Christ is a Christian movie which feels legitimate, not preachy, and gives the audience plenty to enjoy.
Chaplain William H. Schnackenberg IV debuts his first book as an autobiography centered around existential decay and redemption.
John Loftus asks believers to critique their own religion by the same standards that they critique other religions. But what if the reason they reject other religions is because they believe their own
Why did all of the dominant world religions have their origin in the Middle East? The fact is that they all began at the perfect place and time.
Apologetics is the defense of the Christian worldview. These eleven women show that the modern practice of Christian apologetics would not be the same without contributions from women of faith.
Science and Religion are at war. Or are they? The perceived conflict between science and Christianity is destroying Western society - and doing so unnecessarily.
Adam Coleman, host of Tru-ID, talks about the struggle of the Black Church, and how Christian Apologetics just may be its saving grace.
The New Atheist Movement is beginning to look more and more like religious fundamentalism. Here's how thoughtful atheists are reacting.
What does the rise of atheist churches have to say about the role religion has played in society and psychology?
How the battle to overcome phobias indicates the existence of a Human Soul.
Trying to find the right book to teach Christianity to kids? Here's a Christian's review of Cold-Case Christianity for Kids.
Horror film and literature is very instructive about human nature, and the Master of Horror might have provided one of the strongest arguments for the nature of God.
The Freed Thinker Podcast by Apologist Tyler Vela dares to challenge some of the most philosophically rigorous attacks on Christianity. And some that aren't so rigorous.
The latest book by former Cold Case Homicide Detective, J. Warner Wallace, uses forensic techniques to argue for the existence of God.
There is a wide disparity of beliefs about who or what Jesus of Nazareth was. But why is this issue so important to so many, and what does that tell us about the nature of Jesus himself?
This article looks at 32 stories of notable Christians who converted from atheism, and the common trends involved in these stories.
Article describing biologist Wayne Rossiter's radical conversion from atheism to Christianity, and his book about how Christians should avoid Theistic Evolution in favor of newer theories of biology.
In a recent study, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation was used on subjects to reportedly "reduce belief in God." But what did it really do?
A survey of studies seems to suggest that atheists tend to be more intelligent on average than religious believers. What does this mean for religion?