Christians Do Better In Life
Than Their Secular Neighbors
Are Healthier Have Higher Job Satisfaction Have Less Depression and Anxiety Live Longer Give More to Secular Charities Volunteer More Do Better in School Graduate More Have Lower Suicide Rates

Christians Contribute More to Society

Than Their Secular Neighbors

Christians Give More to Secular Charities, Feed the Poor, Support the Arts, and Volunteer More

Christians Commit Much Less Crime, In Prison Less, Graduate More from High School, and Contribute More to Society than their Secular Neighbors

Christians are Happier, Healthier, More Educated & Life Longer

How Christians Contribute More

reasons to believe

Modern physics provides confirmation of the Biblical narrative concerning creation of universe and of life.


Advances in physics have affirmed the Christian narrative concerning the creation of the Universe; the extraordinary fine-tuning of physical constants is not explainable otherwise.

Physics and Scripture
Modern archaeology provides confirmation of the Biblical narrative including Old Testament prophets


Archaeology shows Jewish presence in ancient Israel confirmed by artifacts belonging to Isaiah, King David, Jezebel, Hezekiah, Pontius Pilate among others.

Biblical Archaeology
The coded information found in every cell strongly supports creation by an intelligent Creator.


The gigabytes of information contained within the DNA molecule could not have happened by chance. The more life processes are studied, the more unlikely unguided abiogenesis becomes.

Biological Information
Earth is an highly unusual planet whose existence supports the existence of an intelligent Creator.

Privileged Planet

Einstein noted "the laws of nature manifest the existence of a Spirit vastly superior to that of men, and one in the fac of which we with our modest powers must feel humble."

Laws of Nature

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Reliability of the Gospels

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Date: June 12, 2021

Skeptical authors have always held that the four gospels are folklore – just tales of an epic story that really represents a gross exaggeration and manipulation of actual events.  They believe that teachers about Christ’s life were manipulated by his followers to fulfill ancient Old Testament prophecies concerning the Messiah.  In this manner, they invented a great adventure while establishing their Old Testament prophets as being real men of God. These authors have been counted by Christian historians who defend the reliability of the gospels and establish it as detailing actual historical events.  While there are now four gospels written… Read More »

Messianic Prophecies

The crucifixion date was derived from an Old Testament prophecy from Daniel that Christ expected the Jews to know.

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Date: June 6, 2021

Messianic Prophecies The fulfillment of the Messianic prophecies represents one of the most remarkable facets of Christianity.  There is no doubt these prophecies were written down before Christ.  They can be found in the Septuagint, a Greek translation from the original Hebrew texts.  During the several centuries before Christ, Greek was used as the common language throughout most of the Roman Empire. Greek Scriptures such as the Septuagint were in wide use throughout the Roman Empire by the time of Christ and Paul.  This is because most Christian converts spoke Greek, but could not read Hebrew.  The Greek translation was… Read More »

Christian Origin of Universities

The modern university system originated with Christianity.

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Date: May 31, 2021

The Christian Origin of Universities The Christian origin of universities has recently been recognized as one of the greatest contributions of Christianity to the larger society. The ancient Greco-Roman world certainly had its philosophers, poets, and great thinkers and orators.  All these great thinkers were involved in higher education as they wrote extensively regarding their area of interest.  Some historians have even suggested these thinkers developed the first “universities.”  The renowned Harvard history professor Charles Haskins was primarily interested in academic medieval history.  He is widely recognized as the first academic medieval historian in America.  He was primarily interested in… Read More »

Christianity and Education

Children in conservative Protestant familiar have increased academic achievement compared to their secular counterparts in government schools.

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Date: May 22, 2021

Christianity and education have been closely allied since the very beginning.  Christians understand that the world is knowable, that there is math behind much of the complicated machinery of the universe.  Furthermore, Christians believe we are meant to discover and explore our environment and figure out how to make the world a better place. Because of the recognition that the world is knowable, Christians have been at the forefront of science and education since its founding.  The modern school system with mandatory attendance, graded structure, and university system are all innovations that changed the world.  These innovations are largely responsible… Read More »

Fossil Apes

The theory that humans developed from apes has a difficult fossil record.

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Date: May 19, 2021

Fossil Apes and Man The prevailing scientific narrative regarding human evolution is that humans originated from the great apes and that this evidence is clear.  The 150 years since Darwin speculated that human originated from the monkeys as seen the number of proposed human ancestors explode in number.  There is little agreement in the scientific community concerning the origins of the human lineage (“hominins”) due to the large number of putative ancestors. The prestigious peer-reviewed journal Science has taken a look at this controversy.  Paleoanthropologists have attempted to reconstruct the physical characteristics of human ancestors, where this ancestor originated, and how… Read More »