Tag: apologetics

Introducing my Book: An Almighty Predicament

An Almighty Predicament is a 70 page essay written in 2019. The essay opens with a story recalling an impromptu meeting I had with a Muslim in a cafe, which led to a very interesting prayer session later that day and sparked the thought… Continue Reading “Introducing my Book: An Almighty Predicament”

A Conversation with Sandra

A man and woman sat chatting in a large room

What follows is a made-up dialogue between myself and my fictional Christian friend, ‘Sandra’. I hope that after reading it you will understand my predicament surrounding the Christian faith a little more clearly.

A Guide for Agnostics

A small church in a sparse icy wilderness

In this article, I would like to offer a six point thought process that it is logical to go through when trying to discern whether or not embracing Christianity is a wise idea. I hope the guide will help someone who is currently agnostic… Continue Reading “A Guide for Agnostics”

Is Christianity True?

An open Bible on a wooden table

For the purposes of this article, I take for granted a belief in the perspective of monotheism. Arguments for the existence of God are not the focus of this article, but I have discussed this matter extensively elsewhere on this blog and in my… Continue Reading “Is Christianity True?”

‘Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus’ by Nabeel Qureshi (book review)

Nabeel Qureshi stood next to an open Bible

I’m truly fascinated by the beliefs of others. One of the main focuses of this blog is to look at different religious beliefs and criticise them, always with the ambition of discovering and expounding truths about God and the world. So I was excited… Continue Reading “‘Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus’ by Nabeel Qureshi (book review)”