by Rob Lundberg Introducing Two Competing Philosophies You can listen to the podcast episode by this same title: Let’s Get Real About Karma and the
By using this simple approach, I believe Christians should be able to discern whether or not a group or a teacher is rooted and grounded in biblical theology. And they will be able to do that by using four mathematical operations (+, -, X, and /).
by Rob Lundberg For decades people and even academic (secular) scholars have tried to show that the early church had corrupted the early Christian texts
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?
by Rob Lundberg The question posed here is one that harbors an exclusive tone. “What is the difference between Christ’s exclusivity” implies that the burden
by Rob Lundberg This is the final installment in this series on the First Principles. The First Principles are the starting points for where we
Sometimes when folks find out that I came to faith after being a skeptic, they ask me how it happened. Here is a video sharing
by Rob Lundberg When it comes to conversations with atheists, Christians love to get themselves into “hot water” by debating the topic of creation versus
by Rob Lundberg The functional definition for science is that it is the search for knowledge of causes. Many atheists struggle with the thinking that
by Rob Lundberg What follows from the first principle of logic is its product known as truth. Of course if you have logical principles or laws
by Rob Lundberg As a way of jumping back in the game, I thought I would go back to Square 1 and say that this
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.