— THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19th— Dr. Rob Bowman Executive Director, The Institute for Religious Research “Why The Reformation Happened, and Why […]
“The Benedict Option” A Necessary Preface by Jefrey D. Breshears Our Areopagus Dinner & Dialogue series this summer focused on […]
Two new classes beginning in mid-August: Wednesdays, Aug. 16 – Nov. 15 7:00-8:30 PM Johnson Ferry Baptist Church, Room 108 — and — Tuesdays, August 15 – […]
One of the most anticipated books in recent years was released a couple of weeks ago: Rod Dreher’s The Benedict […]
A special Areopagus Forum with Mike Shotwell Author of Immersed in Red: My Formative Years In a Marxist Household Nearly […]
The following is a collection of informal responses to an op-ed piece published by the atheist advocate Sam Harris in […]
Spiritual salvation is a two-phase process that begins with the spiritual phenomenon of conversion and continues through a life-long process […]
The Da Vinci Code is the kind of book that serious scholars tend to dismiss as unworthy of comment. If […]
Today, many Christians are dissatisfied with mere religion and are searching for a deeper spirituality, a direct and intimate relationship […]
The following books are recommended for Christians who want to build a systematic and substantive core library that includes some […]
If you would like to support the ongoing work of The Areopagus, simply click the button below and follow the directions to make your donation through PayPal. Thank you!
The Areopagus is an independent, self-sustaining nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, and all financial contributions are tax-deductible.
Sign up for email updates
"The ministry of the Areopagus is immensely valuable as it seeks to better inform Christians about the biblical worldview and its ramifications....Having participated in the Areopagus and knowing its vision, I recommend it with great enthusiasm."
--Paul Copan, Ph.D., Christian philosopher, author, and associate editor of The Apologetics Study Bible.