This month marks the 10th anniversary of ReasonableTheology.org!
This site began in December of 2012 as way for me to create and share resources in the areas of theology, apologetics, church history, and more. Since that time the look and structure of the site has undergone many changes, many articles have been written, and a podcast has been added.
Here’s what the site looked like when it was first launched
Here is the very first post I put up when the website was brand new:
Christians aren’t the only ones who believe in miracles
Between the first version of the website and the one you are on now, the resources one the site have been accessed about 3 million times!
There have also been visitors from every continent and almost every country around the world:
Thank you for your support over the last ten years, and I look forward to what the Lord has in the years ahead.
Here are the Top 10 Resources
From the First 10 Years…
The Old Testament is tied together by a successive string of five major covenants that God made with His people.
16 of the best Bible, theology, sermon, and apologetics apps for Christians to add to their tablets and smartphones.
A continually updated list of the best Christian podcasts that regularly provide content that is entertaining, Biblical, and edifying.
This Top 10 list of apologetics books includes titles that I find myself recommending the most often. Here you’ll find selections from Frank Turek, Gary Habermas, Lee Strobel, Greg Koukl, Norman Geisler and other top apologists.
The Five Points of Calvinism are: Total Depravity, Unconditional Election, Limited Atonement, Irresistible Grace, and the Perseverance of the Saints. This is a brief description of the doctrines represented by each letter:
The story of Louis Zamperini captured the attention of Americans in the 1940’s and again in recent years thanks to the biography by Laura Hillenbrand Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption and the hit movie Unbroken. Here’s what happened next.
If our calendar is broken up into B.C. (Before Christ) and A.D. (anno Domini, the year of our Lord) doesn’t that mean Jesus was born in year one (since we don’t count year zero)?
Actually, the issue is a bit more complex than that.
Piecing together a chronology of the Apostle Paul’s life is not as easy as the maps in the back of your Bible might make it seem. This article explains how we can date many of the important events in the life of the apostle Paul.
Charles Haddon Spurgeon was not ashamed to be called a Calvinist and was distinctly Reformed in his preaching and teaching. In addition to the Doctrines of Grace, Spurgeon’s teaching also reflected his steadfast belief in the “Five Solas” of the Reformation.
We often settle for reading about the works of Augustine, Calvin, or other “old books” rather than reading the works themselves. C.S. Lewis recommended the reading of old books in his introduction to Athanasius’ On the Incarnation.
…and 10 of the Most Popular Podcast Episodes
Listen as our guest Dr. Jim Orrick explains what Calvinism teaches and addresses objections to and misunderstandings of these important doctrines.
On this episode, our guest Benjamin Kandt discusses his love for the Psalms, the benefits of memorization, and how we can use the Psalms to enliven our prayer lives.
Baptism is not the central difference between Baptists and Presbyterians. Instead, the different conclusions reached on this issue are the result of different understandings of God’s covenants.
Dr. Craig walks us through the history of the debate around the atonement and provides us with a framework for thinking through this important doctrine biblically.
On this episode apologist Greg Koukl shares a number of tactics you can use to keep the conversation going, avoid hostility, and point out flaws in a person’s thinking with grace and compassion.
On this episode, we discuss why a right understanding of Calvinism should cause us to be gracious, loving, and humble towards others.
Listen as Dr. Duguid discusses why many Christians lose sight of the spiritual battle we’re in and how we can stand firm against the enemy by putting on the whole armor of God.
On this episode of the podcast, we talk with apologist and former cold case homicide detective J. Warner Wallace about why and how we should introduce kids to the evidence for the claims of Christianity.
On this episode of the Reasonable Theology podcast we are joined by Eric Johnson of Mormonism Research Ministry to talk about how we can effectively witness to those in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.