Apologetics

Why the next generation needs Christian apologetics

"Establishing a foundation in apologetics early may also help guard against the church drift experienced by many young adults who grow up in church. In a 2017 study, LifeWay Research found that young adults who drop out of church are less likely to say, 'The student ministry taught me how to defend my Christian faith'" - BPNews

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In the Beginning, There Was No Buddha

"In our increasingly 'spiritual but not religious' society, we are seeing a growing interest in things like karma, mindfulness, and zen. These ideas and practices come directly from Buddhism.... veteran missionary Forrest McPhail explains how we can engage those who embrace Buddhist beliefs with the truths of the gospel." - Rooted Thinking

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He’s Still There and Still Not Silent—Revisiting Francis Schaeffer’s Classic

"Published in 1972 during the 'counterculture'—when everything seemed up for grabs in religion, philosophy, politics, and society—Schaeffer 'understood the times' and knew what Christians needed to do" - Douglas Groothius

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The question no one asks about God and Hell

"...the elegance and beauty with which God expresses His love and justice in rescuing people from eternal punishment is mind blowing. In Islam, for example, Allah capriciously grants eternal life to some and punishment to others. In this way, Allah provides love at the expense of his justice, and thus justice is left wanting." - CPost 

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Review of Joshua Chatraw's Telling a Better Story: How to Talk About God in a Skeptical Age:

"Chatraw builds upon the assumption that all human beings are living out some kind of a story, some narrative about the big questions: Who are we? What’s the meaning of life? What’s wrong with the world and how can we fix it? What’s wrong with me and how can I fix myself? The task of the Christian is to listen for the story others are telling, and then to show how the Christian faith offers one that is more compelling." - Challies

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