by Rob Lundberg Have you ever tried to share the good news of Christ with someone who has no intention of believing like you do?
Category: faith and culture
How American Christianity Lost Its Evangelical Mind
by Rob Lundberg I don’t know if you realize this or not, but the problem with America is not America. The problem with America is the
Why Ignoring Apologetics Creates a Lack of Interest That Hurts the Church
by Rob Lundberg The other morning I was journaling, and a startling thought came to mind. It was the thought of wondering if we have
Apologetics & Evangelism in a Post- Christian Culture
When are we going to realize that something needs to change to bring the church out from out behind the eight ball of the culture? My objective for this post is to show that we need to bring in the handmaiden of evangelism, apologetics, into the church and into our evangelism. With our skeptical culture increasing, tracts will work in very limited contexts. We must engage people and be able to articulate our faith in an intelligent manner.
The Pro’s & Cons of Testimony Evangelism in a Post-Christian Culture
by Rob Lundberg I was radically converted in 1980, in a time when “the Bible says” evangelism wasn’t really challenged. When I first started in
Is the Historical Christian Faith Compatible with Socialism?
by Rob Lundberg I usually do not get involved in the political issues but because of the temperature of our nation and around the world, I
The Limits of Apologetics: the Difference Between “Faith That” and “Faith In”
by Rob Lundberg Some time ago, we were walking through a great little apologetics book by Norman Geisler and Joseph Holden, entitled Living Out Loud: Defending
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.