In the cultural climate of the 21st century unbelievers need to hear the gospel message as much as ever before. However, unlike the world of the mid 20th century, atheists, agnostics, and proponents of false forms of the faith are becoming more evangelistic for their causes. Students, workers and even ministers are being challenged to accept that modern science, philosophy and mere human desire dictate that they should live a life devoid of Christian sacrifice. For this reason, Trinity Crusades for Christ exists. We are happy to assist God’s people by scheduling evangelistic events, Christian defense conferences and personal evangelism training weeks. It is our desire to see the lost embrace the life that Christ died that they might have, and see Christians grow in their knowledge of how to preach and defend that message. If you would like to schedule an event in your community, contact us now. We are excited to work with you.
Are you wired to believe in God? Can religious experience be explained naturalistically? Will robotic AI ever develop their own religions?
Almost ten years ago, I (Braxton) had my first live, public, moderated, debate. Daniel Alvarez was a credible opponent, full time professor at Florida International University, and a Harvard graduate. I had two days to prepare. I was terrified. This might as well be my origin story.
The Kalam Cosmological Argument is consider by many to be one of the best arguments for God's existence. However, it's common for skeptics to point out that it doesn't mention God, and so it can't be an argument for God. Stephen Woodford's (Rationality Rules) video which claims to debunk the Kalam cosmological argument has been passed around in the atheist community quite a bit. Capturing Christianity's Cameron Bertuzzi responded, and Woodford wasted little time in firing back. In this video we'll take a look at Rationality Rules' dominant defense of his video, and answer the question: should apologists ditch the Kalam since it doesn't mention God?
Michael Shermer is a very well known debater, and skeptic. Joe Rogan is a well known entertainer/MMA commentator and skeptic. In this episode they stumble all over themselves trying to express and understand the nature of human freedom, and make one one of the biggest bungles I've ever heard regarding the Bible!
Dan Barker is a mainstay among atheist debaters. He's shared the stage with the greats, and penned some of the most popular atheist cliches. But do his objections to Christian theism hold up, or is Barker all bark and no bite?
Atheist YouTuber, PineCreek, recently made a video referencing me (Braxton) entitled, "Top 20 things Christians (especially apologists) have trouble admitting." In this video, Johnathan Pritchett (with occasional comments from me) responds! How much will he admit?
"It depends which gospel you read!" These words are familiar to anyone who has listened to renowned scholar and debater, Bart Ehrman. In general, Ehrman is a powerful scholar, but he misses it when it comes to the resurrection of Jesus. In this video, we'll walk through his case against the central Christian historical event, and show what may be the weaknesses of his approach.
Aron Ra is well known in internet atheist circles. Recently, he debated Michael Jones, and Trent Dougherty in the same week. We thought it was worth discussing, specifically how Ra views the concept of faith. Listen as we ramble and meander through all the related and unrelated issues.
Atheist youtuber, Holy Koolaid says Heaven is "bad," because there will be almost no free will, and all will be mundane and boring. Is he right? No, he is not. Find out why on this episode!
John Dunfee runs JMDApologetics101 on YouTube, and the ministry "Christian Truth Through Apologetics." All the internet atheists know who he is, and he has interviewed some of the top apologists running online ministries. But he shouldn't exist. At least, not if you listen to what some internet atheists say. He's young! He's smart! He understands the atheist perspective . . . and . . . he doesn't buy it.