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What issues tend to surface when non-Christians are asked what they think of Christians and Christianity? Dr. Plummer’s class assignment gives some insight into our culture.
If a group wrongly thought appendectomies killed human beings, we wouldn’t object to their displaying images of removed appendixes, so why do pro-choicers object to images of abortion?
It’s not that we shouldn’t use movies to illustrate theological truths, but we need to be very careful about how far to take this for at least two reasons.
Someone might conclude on the basis of the observed regularity of nature that miracles are impossible and therefore illogical, but are they really contrary to the laws of logic?
If the percentage of people who identify as transgender is so small, why do all parents need to be concerned about the effect this topic will have on their children?
We can learn a lot about the brokenness and fears of the guilty human heart through dystopian stories like the new Netflix film Anon.
The winning of arguments is not more important than winning people, but neither is it necessarily in conflict with that end. Here’s how you can do both.
The great Jedi Master was a little confused when it came to dealing with absolutes.
If you’re passionate about apologetics, you’re probably well-prepared to discuss worldview issues, but are you also ready to explain and defend Christian theology?
Some professors teach that “truth” depends on our perceptions, but does it?