Monthly Archives: October 2020

Christian Maturity and Its Apologetic Implications

By Elias Ayala (MDiv & M.A.T.) When a person experiences spiritual rebirth (regeneration) and they are hence united with Christ by faith and are justified (declared righteous) by faith in Christ alone, the Christian life has just begun. The believer then begins his/her journey in being conformed into the image of Christ. This is called “sanctification.” Sanctification is a progressive work of God and man that makes us more and more free from sin and like Christ in our actual lives.”1 Before progressing then, it will become important to distinguish … Read More »

Are UFOs a Spiritual Phenomenon?

By L. Alfred James In a previous post, we saw that it is physically impossible for aliens—even if they live in the nearest inhabitable star system—to travel the distances needed to visit earth. At realistic speeds, it would take hundreds, thousands, or millions of years to make such a trip. The required speed for any spacecraft making this voyage would entail a continual collision with space debris equal to several nuclear bombs inflicting damage every single second of the very long trip. Most damningly, it would also entail an endless … Read More »

Pay It Forward With AmazonSmile

Amazon has recently rolled out a new feature that allows you to support the Historical Bible Society with your regular Amazon purchases: AmazonSmile! What is AmazonSmile? AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon that brings you all of your favorite features on Amazon.com but they will donate 0.5% of the price of your purchases to the Historical Bible Society once you choose us as your charity of choice with no additional cost to you. Here are the instructions to get started: CLICK HERE for the easiest way to start supporting … Read More »

The Role of the Bible in Apologetics

By Elias Ayala (MDiv & M.A.T.) The role of the Bible in apologetics is of utmost importance. Indeed, what we as Christian apologists are defending is the veracity of the Christian worldview which is itself grounded in the Bible. While it is true that in apologetics, the discussion may not always be about any particular part of the Bible directly, everything we defend will be either directly or indirectly related to the Biblical witness. Our apologetic discussions can range from debates about biology, anthropology, mathematics, and science but for the … Read More »