Category: Apologetics

Weekly Dose of Apologetics – 16-22 Jul 2017

Apologetics Deb Welch – Difficult Passages Series: Judges 19 and The Gospel “We are all prone to wander and forget our True King and Redeemer. Our savior Jesus, who has written our names on his hands, has rescued us from the kingdom darkness described in Judges 19 and elsewhere, and has called us, as His cherished bride, unto himself. He calls us to seek refuge in his Father’s house; unlike the Levite and the father in Judges 19, our Lord will never leave us or forsake us (Hebrews 13:5).” Philip Ryken – Those Who Are Truly Forgiven, Truly Forgive...

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Weekly Dose of Apologetics – 9-15 Jul 2017

Apologetics Denny Burk – Standing Against a Destructive Misogyny Threatening our Children “The sexual revolution promised us more sex and more pleasure. It has actually delivered to us a generation of men who think of women as objects to be used and abused for their sexual pleasure. It has not given us men who know what virtue and honor are. It doesn’t teach men to pursue their joy in self-sacrificially loving and being sexually faithful to one woman for life. It teaches young men to use women for sex and then to discard them when they become unwilling or...

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Weekly Dose of Apologetics – 2-8 Jul 2017

Apologetics Matthew Harmon – Why Do I Struggle to Read the Bible Consistently? \ Rich Wendling and Daniel Shayesteh – Islam’s View of Sin and Salvation “One difficulty in sharing the gospel with a Muslim is the mistrust between Muslims and Westerners. The best way to overcome this mistrust is to build strong friendships with Muslims based on honesty and love. In Muslim culture, friendship is very important. By building relationships, the Christian can gain an opening to present the gospel in a way the Muslim can hear. As your Muslim friend sees genuine love and honesty in your...

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Weekly Dose of Apologetics – 25 Jun – 1 Jul 2017

Apologetics Bruce Ashford – A Dozen (or So) Things We Will Never Regret Doing with Our Kids “Schedules change at the last minute. Children get sick. Parents get tired. Et cetera.) So we put our trust in him, rather than in ourselves, as we try to make the most of these moments before our small children become adolescents. Because, before we’re ready for it, they’ll mature into young adults and go off on their own.” Tim Challies – How To Identify Your Pet Sin “Christian, this pet sin is the most dangerous sin of all. It is the one...

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Weekly Dose of Apologetics – 18-24 Jun 2017

Apologetics Kristen Hatton – Social Media Isn’t Your Teens’ Biggest Problem “The only solution to a heart bent toward sin is repentance and trust in the gospel. In a selfie world, let’s help our teens understand their true identity is found only in Jesus.” Dane Ortlund – Why the Book of Psalms Is for You James Anderson – What Is a Worldview? “Christians need to understand not only what it means to have a biblical worldview, but also why they should hold fast to that worldview and apply it to all of life. They should be able to identify...

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