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The reTHINK Conference for students starts tonight, so what better to post today than a video of Brett explaining his approach to youth ministry on the One Minute Apologist?
If your friend posted this on Facebook, how would you respond? Give us your ideas in the comments below, then be sure to check back here on Thursday for Brett's video response.
Alan’s and Brett’s July newsletters are now posted on the website:
Ligonier, R.C. Sproul’s ministry, has some free online video series available. Here are three that will be helpful to you as an apologist (each of these has six lectures):
Here’s an email I received recently containing a story meant to show that Genesis is “drivel”: Monotheistic (or tri-theistic) morons call their preposterous absurd deity God, which is utterly without form or substance, consists of nothing whatever, cannot exist AS anything whatever, and therefore IS nothing (no thing) whatever.
Michael Horton discussed youth ministry with Brett and Greg recently on the White Horse Inn. You can download the episodes from iTunes or listen to the audio on the WHI website at the links below, where they’ve also collected related articles, study aids, books, and audio.
The Beyond Teachable Moments blog has an interview with a young Christian woman who had a difficult time in college when her worldview was challenged: The most troubling thing was the amount of differing beliefs and worldviews I encountered, from professors and other students. At the time I thought they had much better arguments than I did for the validity of their views.
Here’s a clip of Brett speaking to students at Summit on “Is Christ the Only Way?” where he makes an argument for the deity of Jesus (he doesn’t cover the claim that Jesus was a legend in this section, but Melinda posted on that recently here and Greg wrote about it
Here's a challenge someone directed me to on Facebook: A: Length of sinner's death B: Length of redeemer's death A = B? Is there an injustice here? Jesus was only dead three days, whereas people are in Hell for eternity. Did He fail to pay for our sins? How would you explain this? Tell us in the comments below, then we'll hear Brett's thoughts on Thursday. COMMENTS
This week's challenge: Your friend posts this image; how do you respond?