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This generation has been more affected by pornography than any other generation in history. Here are four reasons why this is the case.
How do we get our kids to think for themselves about Christian truths? We need to stop only asking the “what” questions and start asking the “why” questions.
Tim introduces a series of videos he’ll be presenting called “Why Apologetics?” that explains what apologetics is and why it’s so vital.
If we want to be effective apologists, we should imitate how Paul engaged his audience. Here’s what we learn about his approach from Acts 17.
Here’s a resource that can protect your young kids from pornography addiction by preparing them to recognize pornography, realize its dangers, and respond in a safe way.
An author has called apologetics “the single biggest threat to genuine Christian faith that we face today,” but it’s anti-intellectualism—not apologetics—that is arguably the greatest threat.
Not everyone is a fan of apologetics, but there reasons why we should all be prepared to give an apologetic for what we believe.
The misrepresentations of Christianity in Peter Boghossian’s A Manual for Creating Atheists are a good reminder that you can only properly respond to a view after you understand it.
What is apologetics, and why is it important? Here are four broad responses to the objection that Christians don’t need to know apologetics.
Critical thinking doesn’t come naturally for kids, so we need to constantly be on the lookout for opportunities to engage their minds. Here’s one idea for you.