by Rob Lundberg Thinking about how we come to know what we know (epistemology), and seeing the condition of the church in America operating more
Category: biblical faith
Is Committing Intellectual Suicide a Requirement for Becoming a Christian?
by Rob Lundberg There are three fundamental questions that every person seeks to answer some time in their life or another. The first one is,
When You Say “Faith” What Do You Mean?
In the context of religious faith, there are many people in our culture who have a “trusting” kind of faith in whatever religion they embrace. The interesting thing is that they are convinced that their religion is true. But just because someone has “faith” it does not make what they are placing their trust in true, until it has been tested to be true.
How Do I Know God Hears My Prayers?
by Rob Lundberg You don’t have to be a Christian very long to wonder or even ask yourself if God hears your prayers. Just this
Fideism versus Real Faith
While I am trying to figure out what I am going to do with this blog and site, I figured I would use it to