by Rob Lundberg I don’t know if you realize this or not, but the problem with America is not America. The problem with America is
by Rob Lundberg The other morning I was journaling, and a startling thought came to mind. It was the thought of wondering if we have
by Rob Lundberg With all the issues going on the in culture, with denominations embracing critical race theory and intersectionality, along with critical theory, we
by Rob Lundberg I have been hesitant to post anything about Marty Sampson’s teeter tottering on the crisis of faith/defection from Christianity until he made a
When are we going to realize that something needs to change to bring the church out from out behind the eight ball of the culture? My objective for this post is to show that we need to bring in the handmaiden of evangelism, apologetics, into the church and into our evangelism. With our skeptical culture increasing, tracts will work in very limited contexts. We must engage people and be able to articulate our faith in an intelligent manner.
There are many people who have all kinds of different caricatures of God that are totally foreign to the real nature and essence of God. Not too long ago, at work, I had to clear the bushes and let a co-worker know that I don’t believe in the God that is a cosmic chess player, or one that is a cosmic grandfather who gives his children anything they want. Once this barrier was dropped, the second challenge for us as apologists rises to the surface.