by Rob Lundberg It has actually been a while since I have been into my counter-cult toolbox. You see, when I first got into apologetics
(adopted from the Bangor Statement on Christian Apologetics and the Church) RECOGNIZING that many Americans today either disparage religious belief altogether or are confused about
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
by Rob Lundberg Continuing on in this current series on the benefits of apologetics, I want to move into pointing out that apologetics is a
Local Christian schools and high schools are not providing the equipping they need to insulate their students with solid reasons for the truth of the Christian faith. I will sometimes run into a student and ask them if I can survey them with three questions: Why are you a Christian and please do not use your testimony as the answer; why do you believe the Bible is true, and please do not tell that it says it is God’s Word; and is truth absolute or relative?
The answers that I get are nothing less than scary.
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.
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,
The feature image in this post is not an endorsement but is used to help you, the reader, recognize atheism’s symbol when you see it
by Rob Lundberg If someone were to ask you “why” you are a Christian, would you resort to your personal testimony or could you give
by Rob Lundberg This week has been a busy week getting back in to the normal day in and day out schedule (not one that
There is an old adage that people believe what they do. Some folks believe what they do, but have never taken into consideration as to whether those beliefs are true, and coherent with the world. As a former skeptic and one who has a love for the spiritual disciplines of loving God with the mind, I believe there some challenges that we have now, and will have to “nail down” as we see our culture evolve into more of a post truth culture, where people listen with their eyes and think with their feelings, in spite of the fact that objective truth exists.
by Rob Lundberg Whenever I have had a discussion with a well-meaning believer, and the subject of apologetics comes up, I will sometimes hear