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 Behind every questioner there is the question that is stuck in the mind of the person making a decision difficult to trust
by Rob Lundberg You may have a conversation with a co-worker who finds out you are a Christian. As you go deeper into the conversation,
There are many questions that are a challenge to the Christian faith, but this one came up the other night in a group that our family fellowships with. The person asking it during our group meeting really put some thought into it, and it is one worth our posting a response to it. Perhaps you have heard this one as well. Here is the question:
If God has infinite knowledge, WHY did He create beings that He foreknew would sin and then sacrifice His Son to redeem them?
by Rob Lundberg Some time ago, a good friend on (and outside of) Facebook posted an apologetics video on my wall summarizing evidence for the
by Rob Lundberg In just a few weeks, I will be addressing students at an Apologetics Boot Camp on some of the most popular questions
by Rob Lundberg An Opening Illustration Common to a Humanities Class Do all religions say the same thing or lead to the same destiny? This
by Rob Lundberg Many times a Christian will be asked at some time or another, how they know that the Bible is true? The response
The other day I had a coworker tell me that Jesus, Buddha, Muhammad, and all the gurus all taught pretty much the same things and
The other day I received an email in our ministry inbox from an anti-theist. The reason I say anti-theist is because the person would be considered a lightweight in contrast to
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
Sometimes a skeptic will throw down an objection that really causes the questioned to pause. This objection is one of those objections. “Why should I