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 In my last entry, I presented for us a summary of “What Do Other World views Believe.” In that, we looked at
by Rob Lundberg One of the best ways to help you understand the beliefs of others is by approaching a conversation with a worldview mindset.
Apologetics is the discipline that deals with a rational defense of Christian faith. It comes from the Greek word apologia which means to give a
by Rob Lundberg Some time ago, we were walking through a great little apologetics book by Norman Geisler and Joseph Holden, entitled Living Out Loud: Defending
by Rob Lundberg Have you ever been involved in a conversation with a skeptical co-worker,friend, or someone on campus who has asked you this question:
Those of you who have seen my postings where I have referred to our being a “post-truth culture” may be wondering where does this come from. In essence, my mission in this post is to promote my friend, Abdu Murray’s forthcoming book, Saving Truth: Finding Meaning and Clarity in a Post-TruthWorld.
by Rob Lundberg Whenever I have had a discussion with a well-meaning believer, and the subject of apologetics comes up, I will sometimes hear
by Rob Lundberg An Opening Illustration Common to a Humanities Class Do all religions say the same thing or lead to the same destiny? This
by Rob Lundberg In another week we will be half way through the Spring semester meetings with Ratio Christi at Germanna. As many of you
by Rob Lundberg “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
by Rob Lundberg For the last twenty years or so, Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM) has been a great influence in my apologetics ministry from