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If someone were to ask you “why” you are a Christian, would you resort to your personal testimony or could you give some pretty strong credible answers to curious question that come your way from people seeking answers? This is why we need apologetics in our spiritual disciplines and daily walk in a post Christian America. What is apologetics?Read More
In just a few weeks, I will be addressing students at an Apologetics Boot Camp on some of the most popular questions challenging the faith. In this post I am reminded of recent conversations with church members and family members of church members who have questions about truth, and other issues on the Christian faith (God’s existence, the Bible and the resurrection of Jesus). These are the biggies, if you will and what I would like to give short popcorn responses in this post. There are four questions or objections that are quite popular. The answers to these topics affect one’s faith in one way or another, and are what I call the BIG FOUR…Read More
Some time ago, we were walking through a great little apologetics book by Norman Geisler and Joseph Holden, entitled Living Out Loud: Defending Your Faith, as part of our family apologetics discipleship and training in our home.
In thinking what apologetics does and what apologetics does not do, I am often reminded that there is difference between having an “accidental faith” (having a faith “that” something is true) versus what it means to have an “evidential faith” (having “faith in” something being true). What is the difference between these phrases?