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COVID-19: A Coronavirus Primer

You’ve no doubt heard a lot of information about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) through the media, some of which is correct and some that is not.

Zach Jenkins, Pharm.D., BCPS, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Cedarville University School of Pharmacy, an infectious disease expert, provides the latest, factual COVID-19 information so you can make informed decisions on the health and safety of yourself and your family. You'll learn how COVID-19 originated, how it can be treated, how we can slow its growth, and much more,

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What Is the Ontological Argument?

There are many arguments for the existence of God. Perhaps one of the most famous — and most often misunderstood — is the ontological argument. Dr. J.R. Gilhooly, Assistant Professor of Theology at Cedarville University, explains this argument in the video below. Unlike most arguments that start with an observation about the world and work back to a Creator, the ontological argument starts with the idea that based on the meaning of the word “God,” there has to be a God. There are many ways...
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How Can I Share the Gospel With a Muslim?

For many Christians, sharing their faith with a Muslim friend or acquaintance can be intimidating. In the video below, Dr. Matt Bennett, Assistant Professor of Missions and Theology at Cedarville University, shares 4 tips to follow when sharing the Gospel with someone from the Muslim faith. Pray for opportunities; the more you pray, the more opportunities you’ll discover! Present Jesus as the One who was anticipated by the prophets and the One to whom all other prophets point Use the...
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