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Is Christianity's view of human life unique? If so, how can we use that in our apologetic arguments for life?
The world’s most complex language system is located within every cell of your body. Scientists are now discovering that our DNA really does have hidden codes that have a practical function and purpose in our cells. Hidden codes pose a real problem for evolution.
We are privileged to have Dr. Charles Ware, president of Crossroads Bible College in Indianapolis, coming to speak to us on the topic of race.
Here’s what Vicki Moore has to say about her ministry and the presentation she’ll be giving at this year’s Answers for Women conference.
At the Answers for Women's conference, learn how to explain God’s purpose in creating life so you can help contend for life.
Life is precious—no matter how short or how impaired that life may be.
I wanted to share just a small snapshot of the amazing feedback we received about this year’s Answers for Women conference.
In addition to the tremendous speakers we have lined up for this year’s Answers for Women conference, we will have inspiring music by Lori Jean Smith.
Eve found hope in the same promised Seed that we all look to.
Corey Abney is a dynamic speaker who will be presenting on the very relevant topic of heaven and hell at this year’s Answers for Women conference.
Grace Mally is very active in sharing the gospel, and her presentation for this year’s Answers for Women conference, Defend, will focus on this topic.
Bodie Hodge’s presentation for the Answers for Women conference this year is titled, “Is the Bible True?” and here’s what he had to say about it.
Erin Benziger will be speaking on the sufficiency of Scripture and some dangers of believing God “speaks” outside of Scripture at this year’s conference.
Hear from the passionate speakers we’ve lined up for this year’s Answers for Women conference and see how they will teach you to defend your faith.
Truth or science fiction? It’s possible to bypass your ears and send electrical signals directly to the brain. True.
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