Many people have not considered how they know things, or if morality is knowable. We need to be prepared to help them think through that
Why do people reject good arguments? Sometimes it’s because of their presuppositions and hardness of heart.
Sometimes atheists require Christians to explain all parts of their beliefs when they don’t apply that standard to themselves. This gives us an opportunity for conversation.
How should Christians respond when called a “Pharisee?”
This week we look at one tactic for discovering faulty and inconsistent views on abortion, the Bible, and God.
We look at how to identify and use inconsistencies when in a conversation.
In addition to two practical tactics, we cover how the sovereignty of God should factor into our view of conversations
How should we tactically handle the claim that “extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence?” Is the evidenve for Christianity good enough?
Ted Cruz had a conversation that, regardless of your political views, holds some great lessons for all of us.
Do you want to do better in conversations about your convictions? Here are two simple tips that will help.