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Are there transgender people in the Bible?

I received a message on Instagram a few months ago from a student. It read, "I got into a discussion with my friend the other day about transgender and gender identity, and she told me that there were transgender [people]¬†in... 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 →

Is self-defense ever justified?

Or, should Christians turn the other cheek?

Live YouTube Interview with Zac from Adherent Apologetics

I recently had the privilege of being interviewed by Zac of Adherent Apologetics on YouTube live. We discussed my role as a missionary and my journey into Christian apologetics. Watch the video here and check out the list of questions... 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 →

Using Atheist Role-Plays to Train Students

One of the aspects of So The Next Generation Will Know that I was not able to cover with J. Warner Wallace was the chapter on how love trains. We ran out of time this time around, but it was... Continue Reading →

Instilling a Faith That Endures with Dr. John Marriott

This is now week 4 in my discussion on how to best prepare the younger generation to face the cultural challenges with a faith that endures. Dr. John Marriott joined me to kick off the conversation in part 1 when... 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?

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