How worldviews work in our lives and how they guide us in ministry. When we speak to non-Christians, it is crucial that they understand what we mean. Far too often we speak a foreign language to those we are trying to reach. What language you ask? Christianese…
Defend Magazine - An Apologetics e-Magazine
Part three in a three-part interview series with Paul Copan. Some of the “ground clearing” tactics often required today before the Gospel can be presented may be defending the right to speak at all. Paul Copan answers some objections often raised by those outside the Christian faith.
What exactly do we mean when we use the term worldview? To a degree that depends on who is speaking (just as what is understood depends on who is listening). Worldviews are like navels. We all have one, but we don’t often think about it. There is no shortage of talk or books these days about “worldviews”…
Just as jazz musicians, apologists need to “know their charts” by having spent much “time in the woodshed.” They need master the standard apologetic arguments on the nature of truth and faith, the arguments for God’s existence, the reliability of the Bible, the deity and resurrection of Christ, the case against rival worldviews and much more.
Part of the extended series “Evidence for the Faith” by Tom Gilson
Why Should Christians care about science, cosmology, whether the Big Bang support belief in God, or what the cosmos tell us about God?