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We're here to answer your questions on whatever worldview topic intrigues or baffles you: theology, philosophy, science, sexuality, history and more.
The Closing of the American Heart
Don Closson —Using Ronald Nash's book as a starting point, Don Closson looks at the philosophical foundations of modern education in America and how they have contributed to low performance.
Renea McKenzie —takes a look at two books providing thoughtful responses to being Christian and single: Loves Me, Loves Me Not: The Ethics of Unrequited Love, and Real Sex.
C.S. Lewis, the BBC, and Mere Christianity
Michael Gleghorn —explains how a series of radio talks during WWII became one of Christianity's most cherished classics.
Are We Significant in This Vast Universe?
Steve Cable—argues that the vastness of the universe makes statements about attributes of God and the significance of mankind.
Apologetics and the Age of the Universe
Steve Cable —urges Christians not to make the age of the universe an issue in proclaiming the gospel.
Theology vs. Science or Theology Plus Science?
Steve Cable —contends that Christians do not need to fear science, and that scientists don't need to fear Christianity.
Probe's New Address
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