by Rob Lundberg Behind every questioner there is the question that is stuck in the mind of the person making a decision difficult to trust
by Rob Lundberg You may have a conversation with a co-worker who finds out you are a Christian. As you go deeper into the conversation,
There are many questions that are a challenge to the Christian faith, but this one came up the other night in a group that our family fellowships with. The person asking it during our group meeting really put some thought into it, and it is one worth our posting a response to it. Perhaps you have heard this one as well. Here is the question:
If God has infinite knowledge, WHY did He create beings that He foreknew would sin and then sacrifice His Son to redeem them?
by Rob Lundberg Some time ago, a good friend on (and outside of) Facebook posted an apologetics video on my wall summarizing evidence for the
by Rob Lundberg In just a few weeks, I will be addressing students at an Apologetics Boot Camp on some of the most popular questions
Many will say that the Bible contradicts itself. Sometimes the Bible presents what seems to be contradictions in the histories of the Old Testament. Here in 1 Chronicles 21:1 and 2 Samuel 24:1 is one such challenge. In this post Rob shows there is no problem at all with a sound hermeneutic.