Tag Archives: Apologetics

What do most students entering university believe?

The tension is not about belief in a Creator but whether or not it is safe to believe in one absolute God — especially if one’s beliefs discredit the beliefs of others. Continue reading

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Should we always use the Bible in witnessing for Christ?

My title for this post might be a bit misleading… I think the diversity of models for outreach in Acts 17 deserves more thoughtful dialogue in the Church today. Continue reading

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10 points about God

We have to become more effective at helping people understand the connections between the horizontal realities and questions related to God. As our Maker, God knows what it best for us. We were created to live in a dependent relationship under God’s rule. Man is not meant to live by bread alone but by every word that comes from the mouth of God. Continue reading

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5 guidelines for answering tough questions

Given the challenges of our times, consider five guidelines for answering tough questions. Continue reading

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The best way to see the gospel

God’s plan is to use the lives of those who have experienced His love as plausibility cases for the truthfulness of the good news of salvation. This is a little overwhelming to contemplate. God has chosen to make a case for or to … Continue reading

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Why believe?

Five ways to understand unbelief. Continue reading

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Learning about common grace

The theme of common grace has been neglected in the Church.

It’s time to correct this neglect.

The many challenges of our times call for an intense focus on… Continue reading

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