Every so often I find myself frustrated, wondering how long it will take Christians to get the idea that our culture is changing right before
by Rob Lundberg Whenever the subject of miracles arises in a conversation, the accusation of extremism rules the day along with other spiritual topics. Some
by Rob Lundberg Incidents in recent news of a child being dragged into the lagoon at Disney World have sparked a great question from my daughter,
An informal non intimidating way for explaining God’s existence around the “water cooler” work environment?
by Rob Lundberg One of the things gnawing at me lately is trying to find a way to break the thinking most believers have about
by Rob Lundberg It has been a few weeks since I have posted on The Real Issue. Much of the reason has been time being
Whenever one hears the word, “apologetics,” there are all kinds of questions that come to mind. “What am I apologizing for being a Christian for?”
by Rob Lundberg Introduction. Despite the fact of my not posting since the beginning of the month, I have not lost sight of the mission.
by Rob Lundberg There seems to be some confusion about what happens to a believer when this life ends and they are ushered into Heaven.
by Rob Lundberg Not too long ago, I was reading Michael Shermer’s preface to Peter Boghossian’s book, A Manual for Creating Atheists. In the preface, he criticizes
by Rob Lundberg “What are you apologizing for?” “What is apologetics?” These are some of the popular questions I get from believers who have been in
by Rob Lundberg Conversations about faith can become volatile pretty quickly, especially when the other person in the conversation is anti-faith or has a misunderstanding