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40% of millennial Christians think that if someone disagrees with you it means they’re judging you. But is this true?
47% of millennial Christians think it is wrong to try share their faith with the intent of converting someone. How should we think through this issue?
Why does Paul say that those who were with him heard the voice but in a different place he says they didn’t hear the voice?
Did early christians regard the old testament as authoritative in general and with regards to sexual immorality?
Scientists and Doctors are weighing in on the morality of abortion, but this should cause us to ask: what can science tell us about if abortion is good or moral?
Early Christians believed the Old Testament was Scripture, but did they believe the New Testament was too? And did the New Testament writers believe they were writing Scripture?
Here are the books I read and found helpful from 2018.
Design your own chronological reading plan to fit your needs and schedule!
We should answer the questions people have about our worldview, but let’s not forget that the biggest issues are personal, not academic.
If you’re passionate about apologetics, you’re probably well-prepared to discuss worldview issues, but are you also ready to explain and defend Christian theology and the gospel?
Sometimes, disagreeing is the most loving thing we can do, but disagreeing in a way that isn’t disagreeable is a skill that takes practice to develop.
CNN's common sense point about apples and bananas applies nicely to men and women too.
A biblical response to the Liturgists statement on LGBT / any consensual relationships being holy and God Honoring.
In Mark 7, we look at the issues of legalism and man's main issue being his heart, where evil actions come from.
Christians can’t afford to be unprepared to address claims that Science has disproved Christianity or the Bible. Here are three quick points on science.
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