August 11, 2022

Tag: apologetics

Five Tools to Help Discern Truth from Deception
apologetics

Five Tools to Help Discern Truth from Deception

Who is not mesmerized by the magician’s “trickery”? There is death defying antics, disappearing objects and reappearing people, all based upon illusion, misdirection, sleight of hand and pure skill. Everyone says the same, “how was that done?” Magicians are masters of deception, but they are honest too, telling you upfront they plan to trick you. […]

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Worldview as Story
apologetics

Worldview as Story

Guest post by A.K. Preston. Hollywood screenwriter John Truby, writing in his bestseller The Anatomy of Story, refers to every story as a “moral argument” expressing “the author’s view of how to act in the world.” This is not just (or even primarily) expressed in dialogue, but in the very structure and sequence of the […]

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Case Closed: A Christian’s Case For Christian Case Making
apologetics

Case Closed: A Christian’s Case For Christian Case Making

It may come in various forms, maybe apathy, maybe denial, maybe laziness, maybe selfishness or maybe even embarrassment. Whatever the cause, many deny we need to make a case for Christ and have answers for our faith. In other words, many deny the importance of apologetics. However, I disagree. Let me disavow four common objections […]

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How We Can Use Creativity For Christian Advocacy
apologetics, Humor, Satire

How We Can Use Creativity For Christian Advocacy

Jesus used story. Jesus used questions. Jesus understood the way people think, listen, understand and remember. Many are aloof to technical arguments, philosophical musings and scientific presentations for Christianity. Worldview issues are at times fatiguing to the masses. However, when we use story and other means, we can touch not only the mind, but also […]

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10 Christian Teachings That You May Have Thought Were Biblical, But Aren’t!
Bible, Christian, church, discipleship, kingdom of God, KJV, Spirit led, Sunday school, traditions

10 Christian Teachings That You May Have Thought Were Biblical, But Aren’t!

So I need a job. Ah, a chef position would be great! After application I get an interview. I expect questions like “have you ever made Louisiana Gumbo?” or “Grilled Mediterranean Chicken?” or maybe “Braised Lamb Shank?” False! I get questions like “do you believe that we should use forks here?” or maybe “we hold […]

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