The Real Issue Podcast: What is it about apologetics that we do not understand?


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by Rob Lundberg

Ever hear the following objections to apologetics like “What am I apologizing for about my faith?” “Don’t you know that you cannot argue someone into the Kingdom of Heaven?” “I don’t need apologetics!” “We don’t need apologetics training in our church.” 

There is a huge misunderstanding about how important apologetics is in the church today. The culture is coming into the church. The people in the pews are in the culture but do not know how to engage it because their pastor is not hearing the conversations and hearing what they are experiencing. That is a big factor why this podcast is important in this day and time. Learn more in this show as Rob shares three aspects on how apologetics can be implemented in the daily walk of the believer.

Please listen and share with your church, Sunday School class and others you know that would be encouraged by this show. If you would like to subscribe to The Real Issue Podcast it can be found on iTunes and/or Stitcher

 

 

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 communicate it to a confused culture in a "brave new world" steeped in a post-truth mindset. My mission follows the lines of the Great Commandment and the Great Commission. My desire is the equip you to address today's issues from a worldview perspective, and know how and when to incorporate the discipline of apologetics into the task of evangelism, so as to communicate the gospel in a persuasive and compassionate manner. I currently serve as the local Chapter Director and Community Apologist for Ratio Christi, at Germanna Community College and the University of Mary Washington; both in Fredericksburg, VA.

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