by Rob Lundberg The other day at work, I was involved in a discussion with someone who asked me about what was the reason for
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 Whenever you’re involved in a conversation with a well-meaning believer and the word “revelation” comes into the conversation, it can create some
by Rob Lundberg We are coming up on the Easter holiday, and I have been thinking about the conversations you and I might encounter during
by Rob Lundberg Many people use the word “miracle” in many contexts. We may think a team with a of losing seasons winning the championship
If we look at these passages, we do not see the word, “hell” found anywhere in them. So what is the problem? The problem is that the Apostle Paul in Ephesians 9 states that Jesus “descended into the lower parts of the earth.” However, the Apostle Creed states that after Jesus died, He “descended into hell.”
One of my favorite disciplines under the umbrella of theology is the what is called contemporary theology. Marrying this to the style of apologetics, to the beginnings of my journeying into apologetics, I was involved in what would be called today, counter cult apologetics. If you think of it, contemporary theology and cult movements in our culture really make for an interesting blog post. This is where I want to begin a series on what is called the New Apostolic Reformation. Before I do that, I want address what I consider to be the “initial camel in the tent” which led to this new wave in modern Christendom. That “camel” is what is known as contemplative prayer.
by Rob Lundberg What makes Christianity different from other religions? It is three main truths that show that the Founder of the Christian faith rose
by Rob Lundberg “What am I apologizing for about my faith?” “Don’t you know that you cannot argue someone into the Kingdom of Heaven?” “I don’t
by Rob Lundberg You don’t have to be a Christian very long to wonder or even ask yourself if God hears your prayers. Just 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
by Rob Lundberg The other day my daughter, Christine, and I were having a conversation about some of the basic essentials of the historical Christian