by Rob Lundberg Relativism is the philosophical position that all points of view are equally valid and that all truth is relative to the individual.
Tag: Cultural Engagement
What is the difference between Christ’s exclusivity and religious bigotry?
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
Ideas Do Have Consequences
by Rob Lundberg Some folks think that morals are set forth by the culture. Just ask Nazi Germany or modern day Liberia where gangs are
How American Christianity Lost Its Evangelical Mind
by Rob Lundberg I don’t know if you realize this or not, but the problem with America is not America. The problem with America is the
Why Ignoring Apologetics Creates a Lack of Interest That Hurts the Church
by Rob Lundberg The other morning I was journaling, and a startling thought came to mind. It was the thought of wondering if we have
What Do Other Worldviews Believe?
by Rob Lundberg One of the best ways to help you understand the beliefs of others is by approaching a conversation with a worldview mindset.
The Limits of Apologetics: the Difference Between “Faith That” and “Faith In”
by Rob Lundberg Some time ago, we were walking through a great little apologetics book by Norman Geisler and Joseph Holden, entitled Living Out Loud: Defending
If God Made the Universe Then Who Made God?
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:
Answering the Age Old Issue of Religious Relativism
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
A Biblical Look at Doing Apologetics
by Rob Lundberg This post is a follow up to my previous entry on a biblical view of apologetics. At the National Conference on Christian Apologetics,
What Can Apologetics Do and Why Do Apologetics?
We are fast approaching the end of the Apologetics Awareness Week (September 10-17) and I have shared with you somethings about the purpose and the importance
Answering the Religious Pluralism Question
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