This article presents the argument of conservative Christian apologists who contend that religious experience can provide evidence for the existence of God. It examines key biblical passages that relate to the question of religious experience, and argues that religious experience, based on personal testimony and subjective experience, can be a valid form of evidence for God's existence. Conservative Christian apologists point to the transformative power of religious experience, the sense of moral conviction and purpose it can provide, and its consistency with biblical teachings about God's presence in the world. They argue that religious experience should be considered alongside other forms of evidence in a comprehensive case for the existence of God.
This article presents the argument of conservative Christian apologists who contend that the miracles described within the Bible are believable. It examines key biblical passages that relate to the question of miracles, and argues that the miracles are historically attested, consistent with the nature of God, have a purpose and a meaning, are accompanied by a call to faith, and are still happening today. While naturalistic explanations exist for many of the events described within the Bible, conservative Christian apologists would argue that these explanations do not account for the full picture, and that the miracles within the Bible are evidence of God's intervention in the world and provide a unique window into God's character and relationship with humanity.