by Rob Lundberg I am not sure we realize this or not, but 9/11 changed the religious climate of our culture. We were hit with
Local Christian schools and high schools are not providing the equipping they need to insulate their students with solid reasons for the truth of the Christian faith. I will sometimes run into a student and ask them if I can survey them with three questions: Why are you a Christian and please do not use your testimony as the answer; why do you believe the Bible is true, and please do not tell that it says it is God’s Word; and is truth absolute or relative?
The answers that I get are nothing less than scary.
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.
by Rob Lundberg You don’t have to be a Christian very long to wonder or even ask yourself if God hears your prayers. Just this
by Rob Lundberg This post is a follow up to my previous entry on a biblical view of apologetics. At the National Conference on Christian Apologetics,
by Rob Lundberg Not too long ago there was a running thread on my Facebook wall about being dumbfounded about why Christians see apologetics as an