The Real Issue Podcast: Is Defending the Faith Biblical?


defending-the-faithApologetics is a long lost discipline in the church for many reasons, notwithstanding the progression of science in the 1800’s caused a reaction by the church to turn its theological moorings to feelings and experiences. Philosophy became a cuss word in the church, by overlooking the last phrase of Colossians 2:8.  This subject will be for another time, but what has happened to the spiritual discipline of using reason to give a reason for the hope that we have in Christ?

Some Christians think that giving a defense of the faith is argumentative and is found no place in Scripture. But in this show, Rob tears off the facade of anti-intellectualism and shows how Scripture supports believers defending the faith in the culture where God has them. If the Bible was completed before the end of the First Century, and support the task of apologetics, apologetics is certainly relevant for today in the Third Millennium.

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Author: roblundberg

I am a blogger, writer, equipper, and public speaker on a mission to equip the believer to think and articulate what they believe and then take it and communicate it to a confused culture in a "brave new world." My mission involves evangelism undergirded by apologetics, and training; and equipping you to walk in the spiritual disciplines. I currently serve as the local Chapter Director and Community Apologist for Ratio Christi in Fredericksburg, VA.

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