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The Real Problem

by Bryant Evans on August 5, 2013

Challenges abound and problems are everywhere. But what is the root of our problems? What can we do to to address that problem? I sure don’t have all the answers but I think I have a place to start the discussion. It seems to me that our culture has no standard of what is good […]

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Why Does Evil Exist?

by Bryant Evans on July 13, 2012

The following is short [email protected] with Dr. Ravi Zacharias, one of the most popular apologists today. He gives a brief but compelling answer to the question of why evil exists in God’s creation. Follow Preacher's Study Blog on Twitter @Preachers_Study. On Facebook, please like us at Preacher's Study Blog. Contact Bryant directly by email at […]

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Bad Things Happen to Good People

by Bryant Evans on May 20, 2012

Bad things happen to good people. The faithful suffer illness and death. The righteous are persecuted by the unrighteous. The devout face ruin and destruction. Such trials have happened since the days of the first couple and they continue even now. People much wiser than I have tried to explain this phenomenon in volumes of […]

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Militant Atheism

by Bryant Evans on September 18, 2011

Militant atheists are in the news again. This subset of the larger God-denying population is not content to live in disbelief themselves. They need to attack those who do believe in God and in the concept of a higher being. In California a militant group is publicly tearing pages from a Bible on a public […]

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Has God Surrendered?

by Bryant Evans on February 15, 2011

It’s over. The battle has been fought. We lost. It’s true, science has finally beaten the Bible. New Age spiritualist Deepak Chopra, a friend of Michael Jackson, Oprah Winfrey and an author of many self-help books has offered two pronouncements: Science has won over Genesis and organized religion is unnecessary. The Indian born American educated […]

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