Are the stories true about the apostle Thomas dying a martyr in India? What is the evidence for the tradition? Sean briefly addresses these questions.
What are least effective ways to correct someone? Sean shares a personal response to a critical email and three steps for how not to correct others.
What are the most widely read blogs on SeanMcDowell.org for 2019? The list is revealing about the kinds of issues people care about today.
2019 was the 2nd full year of the Think Biblically podcast. Sean lists the top 10 shows, covering issues like depression, evolution, Islam, and transgenderism.
Christmas season can get hectic. It is easy to forget what is most important. Guest blogger Mary Jo Sharp shares three good gifts to remember this Christmas.
Surprisingly, a well-known skeptic recognizes the power of the message of Jesus and the beauty of the God of Christmas. Guest blogger Tim Stratton explains.
Sean proposes a unique Bible study plan for 2020, that only takes 10-15 minutes a day, but offers deeper understanding than in the "Bible in a year" approach.
Can atheism give an adequate account for the reliability of reason? While atheists can certainly be reasonable, Sean argues that atheism cannot ground reason.
Why did Jesus teach through parables? Sean suggests an often-overlooked reason that has practical implications for teaching the next generation about truth.
Tactics is one of the most important books for evangelism and apologetics. Sean interview author Greg Koukl about the new 10th anniversary edition.