Watch the trailer for Big Questions, Biblical Answers

1101337_lost_2[1]

0

Comments

Add

Which Worldview “Map” is Correct? (Part 2)

You can see that to understand the times and witness effectively, we must understand worldviews.  But it is also imperative that we answer the ultimate question, “Is Christianity the right religion?”  That’s the key to testing any worldview: answering the query, “Is this true?” People can believe whatever they want, but that doesn’t make it [&hellip

976403_south_america[1]

0

Comments

Add

Which Worldview “Map” is Correct? (Part 1)

To defend Christianity, we need to grasp people’s worldview.  A worldview is the truth claims that explain the world and reality.  It helps people make sense of the world, like a map, so they can navigate through life. First, all worldviews begin with assumptions—even if they claim not to.  The worldview “map” needs to begin [&hellip

clouds-1-327153-m[1]

0

Comments

Add

Persecution (Part 5)

As this series on persecution concludes, the reality of suffering for Jesus is simply part of the Christian life.  The Bible is filled with examples of it.  Through the suffering there are blessings, and people can witness to their faith in the midst of it.  But the greatest promise that Jesus gives in the face [&hellip

mKsyjjU

0

Comments

Add

Persecution (Part 4)

With a culture that becomes more intolerant of faith in the public square, Christians need to be ready for persecution.  Although relatively unfamiliar in the United States, suffering for the faith is common for believers.  However, with this suffering comes unexpected benefits.  Another one is the opportunity to share the love of Christ. Persecution can [&hellip

msNKhKS

0

Comments

Add

Persecution (Part 3)

As we continue to examine persecution in the lives of Christians, a biblical perspective yields some seemingly contradictory insights.  One such insight is that persecution is a blessing. As counter-intuitive as that may sound, remember that Jesus said that suffering for the faith showed approval by God.  In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus stated [&hellip

1385156_golgotha[1]

0

Comments

Add

Persecution (Part 2)

If we look at the Bible, as well as the history of the Christian Church, we will see that persecution is a normal part of the Christian’s existence.  However, American Christians for the most part have not really experienced this aspect of following Christ. Due to the wisdom of the Founding Fathers and God’s guidance, [&hellip

1395377_the_blood_3[1]

0

Comments

Add

Persecution (Part 1)

This next series of blogs will focus on persecution.  As this Post-Christian culture continues, hostility toward the Church will grow.  This series will focus on the biblical truths of persecution.  For now, consider what religious leaders are saying. “Religious liberty is paramount. There’s a real, growing push to eliminate what to-date have been fairly unanimously [&hellip

nFiXqx6

0

Comments

Add

Preparing for a Post-Christian Culture (Part 11)

As this series on preparing for a post-Christian culture comes to a close, this final installment will lead to next series of blogs on persecution.  As Christians prepare spiritually for what lies ahead, the topic of persecution is a difficult but necessary reality to grasp. Peter says the following in 1 Peter 1:13: “Therefore, preparing [&hellip

mgF7E74

0

Comments

Add

Preparing for a Post-Christian Culture (Part 10)

To address a culture that is increasing in hostility to the faith, it will help to show how historically the Christian faith has done may positive things to influence life for the better. The weight of evidence is clearly in the Church’s favor.  For examples of this, check out Alvin Schmidt’s How Christianity Changed the [&hellip

oM0uJv6

0

Comments

Add

Preparing for a Post-Christian Culture (Part 9)

As we continue to focus on the Post-Christian culture of our day, let’s turn our attention to the realm of the law.  As we noted earlier, when the religious make-up of the people changes, so do the laws.  Law follows culture.  Today it is imperative that we deal with legal issues—especially in defense of the [&hellip

Search Site