“Then God said, “Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness. . . So God created mankind in his own image, in the
by Rob Lundberg Apologetics (or pre-evangelism) is far too important to remain isolated from most people in the Church. Christians today likely need apologetics more
This is what I think summarizes the essence of how apologetics benefits our faith. Apologetics gives you the knowledge to reinforce your faith and defend it when it comes under assault from a skeptical world. But apologetics is also the “fertilizer” that grows your knowledge God gives us to demonstrate why the Christian faith is true; and provides you the roots to help you hold fast in times of difficulty to withstand whatever life in a fallen world throws your way.
by Rob Lundberg I am not sure we realize this or not, but 9/11 changed the religious climate of our culture. We were hit with
Whenever the word apologetics comes into a conversation, there are different connotations come to mind. One is “why do I have to apologize for what I believe.” Another thought comes to mind, in recent days, is about how we might defend the faith or respond to non-believers questions. In some situations we might be needing to apologize for HOW we present our case.
The difference between the Jewish view of God and the Christian view is that while both believe in the same God, Jews reject the triune nature of God by rejecting Jesus as the Messiah. Both faiths believe God is personal, and loving and can be known in a relationship, Jews do not believe in a strong relationship. Both religions believe that God answers prayer, though there may be different understands of what that looks and sounds like.
by Rob Lundberg Introduction This post has a similar title from my blogger page. However there have been some changes since I first wrote that
by Rob Lundberg Wrapping up this series on What Do Other Worldviews Believe, the last worldview we see is the worldview of polytheism. When one
by Rob Lundberg Have you ever realized that you have a worldview? It may be a Christian worldview, an atheistic worldview, or one that believes
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
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
by Rob Lundberg Have you ever been involved in a conversation with a skeptical co-worker,friend, or someone on campus who has asked you this question: