The Logos

Conrad Hilario
John 1:1-18

John begins his letter by laying out fundamental truths about God. As we investigate John's claims, we see that they line up with new scientific discoveries.

Identity as an Apologetic

Josh Benadum
John 1:1-18

We discuss the identity that is conferred by God and how it's better than what the world has to offer.

Knowing God

Jim Leffel
Jeremiah 9:23-24

In this section of Jeremiah, God tells us it is possible to know Him and understand His character. Jim Leffel walks us through different pieces of evidence for God and how to build our understanding of Him.

Responding to Slander

Ben Foust
1 Peter 3:8-16

Peter challenges us to live a life that a watching world is compelled to demand an explanation for the hope they see in us. And we are to have ready a well-reasoned explanation that points to Jesus.

Paul and the Resurrection

Mike Sullivan
Acts 16:20-26:32

Mike Sullivan analyzes Paul's case for the life and resurrection of Jesus Christ that is laid out throughout the book of Acts.

The Ways of Knowing

Jim Leffel
Acts 16:20-26:32

This session explores the Bible's teaching on the nature of truth and how we come to know it. Truth has three dimensions: propositional, practical, and personal. Each aspect of truth brings God's revealed Word into the breadth of human experience and draws Christians to a deep and fulfilling connection with the Lord.

The Evident God

Ben Foust
Romans 1:18-20

Paul says God has made Himself know to people, but people try to ignore and even suppress this knowledge. God has revealed His existence and nature through creation, particularly the nature of man, displaying intelligent, intricate design. If we will move toward, not away from this revelation, we will not only find a cogent explanation for why we are the way we are, but we open the door to a personal relationship with our creator.

Faith Is Not Wishful Thinking

James Rochford
1 Peter 3:15

Atheistic scientists in the world cannot explain the origin of the universe, nor the fine-tuning we see in the universe or the reality of objective morality or free will. Only the Bible gives a satisfying and reasonable explanation for the complexity we see all around us.

The Reasons for Our Hope

Scott Risley
1 Peter 3:14-15

In spite of all the amazing discoveries by cosmologists who explore the deep mysteries of space and time, Christians still have the best answers to explaining reality. Scientists can't explain how life started or if there is there right and wrong or free will. They can't explain love. But Christians have a wealth of reasons to believe in God from evidence of fine-tuning of the universe to predictive prophesy. But our belief is not in reasons but in the person of Jesus who knocks on everyone's door looking for someone to invite Him in to have a relationship that will last for eternity.