About The Christian Apologetics & Research Ministry

CARM is a 501(c)3, non-profit, Christian ministry dedicated to the glory of the Lord Jesus Christ and the promotion and defense of the Christian Gospel, doctrine, and theology.  To do this, CARM analyzes religious and non-religious movements and compares them to the Bible.  We examine abortion, atheism, evolution, Islam, Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormonism, relativism, Roman Catholicism, Wicca, universalism, (and much more), along with Christian preachers and teachers.  In all our analyses we use the Bible as the final standard of truth in order to defend and promote Christianity.  Please consider checking out our statement of faith. -  CONTACT US

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  The Influence, a fiction novel by Matt Slick (the founder and president of CARM), is about an unbeliever who is the focus of demonic attacks.  Angels are sent to protect him and one is allowed to talk to him and answer difficult questions.  But in order to learn the answers he must face his greatest challenge.  Truth is sometimes difficult. Published by Stonehouse Ink.  Read The Reviews! Get it at... the Influence

                  GOT QUESTIONS?

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  - What is easy believism?
  - Is the Bible true?
  - Is sin a legal debt to God?
  - Is Christianity anti-science?
  - What did Jesus do on the cross?
  - If I am sincere, can I go to heaven?
  - Why should we believe the Bible?
  - Why is biblical salvation so narrow?
  - What happens to us when we die?
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Listen to "Matt Slick Live" a Christian Talk Radio show with Matt Slick your host on KBXL, Boise Idaho, FM radio94.1, M-F. Listen Live 2-3PM/PST; 3-4PM/MST, 5-6PM/EST, and Rebroadcast 4-5PM/PST; 5-6PM/MST; 7-8PM/EST on AM 790, Monday through Friday.  Call toll free at 877.207.2276, or 208.377.3790. You can call in via Skype at "carm.org" no spaces.   RADIO CALENDAR FOR FEB-MAR

Could God have made a world without suffering?

Yes, God can make a world without suffering.  In fact, he already did when he made the world before it fell into sin.  Adam and Eve were living in the Garden of Eden in a world where there was no suffering, no murder, and no lying. But when they rebelled against God, suffering entered into the world. So, God did not make a world with suffering in it. See also, Atheism, Adam and Eve, and Suffering

Do atheists hate the God they don't believe in?

People behave according to what they believe, not what they don't believe. When an atheist says God doesn't exist, or denies him, or works hard to disprove His existence, he is behaving in a manner that is consistent with what he believes. Likewise, when an atheist speaks against God by accusing Him of immorality, then he is displaying his disdain for God. Christians often encounter such displays of contempt for God when atheists cite God-ordered Old Testament events that atheists believe are morally wrong. When they do this, they are demonstrating their scorn for God by accusing him of doing what is wrong, and therefore being wrong. Disdain, contempt, and scorn are all synonymous with hate.

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