by Rob Lundberg If someone were to tell you and I that “no moral standards are absolute” how would you respond? Some hold to a
by Rob Lundberg Internet discussions with skeptics can be rather enlightening when there is a question on the authenticity of the Gospel records. Many will
Many will say that the Bible contradicts itself. Sometimes the Bible presents what seems to be contradictions in the histories of the Old Testament. Here in 1 Chronicles 21:1 and 2 Samuel 24:1 is one such challenge. In this post Rob shows there is no problem at all with a sound hermeneutic.
by Rob Lundberg With all the issues going on the in culture, with denominations embracing critical race theory and intersectionality, along with critical theory, we
by Rob Lundberg Click here for the podcast for this same subject I am not sure in all my years of blogging have I set
by Rob Lundberg Some folks think that morals are set forth by the culture. Just ask Nazi Germany or modern day Liberia where gangs are
by Rob Lundberg One of the basic building blocks for defending the faith is starting off with the fact that truth exists. With all that
by Rob Lundberg Internet debates. You gotta love them! (Not really). Every so often you will get a person in a social media thread for
by Rob Lundberg Depending on who you speak to in Christian circles, you can always tell what kind of “denominational stripe” they are coming from.
by Rob Lundberg “How dare you judge another brother in the Lord for ministering in the name of Jesus!” “You Pharisee, don’t you know that
by Rob Lundberg How do you explain miracles? If someone were to come up to you and ask, what is a miracle?, Could you answer
by Rob Lundberg Every religion or religious worldview has what is called a ‘post-mortem’ survival dogma. That is every world view takes a position what