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Atheist Role Play

It has taken me a few years, but I finally have an atheist role play recorded on video. This video was taken at a camp this summer with about 230 junior high and high school students. The video starts with... Continue Reading →

The Prosperity Gospel and Biblical Promises: How should we understand them?

I recently came across an Instagram account very clearly promoted the prosperity gospel. Some of the messages seemed misleading and others were completely false. Here are a few examples of what I saw. "I feel a SHIFT in the atmosphere;... Continue Reading →

3 Responses to the Claim that Jesus is a Recycled Pagan Myth

I was recently asked to join an Instagram discussion on the person of Jesus and the truth of Christianity. A student had responded to a post which you can see here. The first thing to recognize is that this post... Continue Reading →

Are we focused on giving students a religious experience or knowledge of God?

Over the last two weeks, I have had the privilege of training over 550 students at two different summer camps. I am used to training students, but there was something I wasn't used to. The students were as young as... Continue Reading →

Practical Tips in Doing Youth Apologetics on the TMC Podcast

This is the second week that I was able to join Drew and David on The Tent Making Christianity Podcast. Last week we discussed how Coffeehouse Questions began. This week is focused on the specifics ways that I am teaching and... Continue Reading →

Important Theological Positions From Classic Christian Thinkers with Kenneth Samples

So much of what we believe today was first hammered out by Christians that came before us. In fact, after reading the newest book, Classic Christian Thinkers by Kenneth Samples of Reasons to Believe, I was reminded at how even some apologetic... Continue Reading →

Church History And Classic Christian Thinkers with Kenneth Samples

Who are some of the great Christian thinkers that have impacted your Christian life? Are any of them more than a few hundred years old? Kenneth Samples, a senior research scholar at Reasons to Beleive, joined me to discuss his... Continue Reading →

How can I know that what I am doing is morally right?

Is there an objective standard by which to judge all things as right or wrong?

Preparing Young People For the Future with J. Warner Wallace

The newest book by Sean McDowell and J. Warner Wallace has finally released! So the Next Generation will Know: Preparing Young Christians for a Challenging World is available for purchase and a must read if you are a youth pastor,... Continue Reading →

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