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Is Religion the Cause of Most Wars?

On Sunday, I returned home from another Berkeley Mission trip, where I intentionally exposed high school students to some of my atheist friends in the Bay Area. For the last six months, we’ve taught apologetics to these high schoolers from Upland Christian Academy. Now it was time for them to “get off the sidelines and into the game” and engage non-Christians with the truth.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Brett Kunkle | February 18, 2016

Challenge Response: Diversity of Evidence Prevents Us from Knowing What Was Written

Here's my response to this week's challenge: COMMENTS

Blog Post | Student | Brett Kunkle | January 28, 2016

How to Respond When Someone Doesn't Want Heaven (Video)

How do you respond to someone who doesn't want Heaven because their loved ones won't be there? COMMENTS Read more posts

Blog Post | Miscellaneous | Brett Kunkle | January 25, 2016

Thinking Worldviewishly about Economics

This July, I’ll be leading a group of high school students and leaders from Grace Fellowship Church on a brand new experience. We’re calling it the Worldview Road Trip, and it’s designed to equip students to think Christianly about every single area of life. One topic we plan to cover is economics. We want students to know the central components of a Christian worldview and how they inform our views on poverty, money, the economy, free markets, and more.

Blog Post | Christianity & Culture | Brett Kunkle | January 19, 2016

Challenge Response: Jesus Was an Accessory to Massacres

Here's my response to this week's challenge: COMMENTS Read more posts

Blog Post | Student | Brett Kunkle | December 17, 2015

Is Man Born Sinful? (Video)

Brett discusses whether or not humans are born sinful. COMMENTS Read more posts

Blog Post | Miscellaneous | Brett Kunkle | December 14, 2015

Some Practical Advice for Teaching

When you're teaching, whether it's apologetics or any other topic, it's not just the information but also the presentation that counts. You may be able to dump theological knowledge on your audience, but that doesn't mean it will stick and have the impact you're hoping for, so you've got to work on your presentation skills too. This is especially important with youth audiences. When I'm asked for advice on teaching youth, here are some of my suggestions:

Blog Post | Miscellaneous | Brett Kunkle | November 24, 2015

Challenge Response: God Is Worse than Hitler

Here's my response to this week's challenge: COMMENTS

Blog Post | Philosophy | Brett Kunkle | November 19, 2015

5 Tools to Equip Your Kids

The goal of this video is to help parents and pastors be more focused and intentional in their discipleship of the next generation. I'll talk to you about the tried-and-true classical method of education and offer some very specific ideas and practical tools to equip families and churches. [Update: Because of technical difficulties, the first eight minutes are audio only.]

Blog Post | Apologetics | Brett Kunkle | November 17, 2015

Free Event in Southern California: "A Vision for Youth"

I hear the stories again and again from around the country. I hear them from moms and dads, grandparents, pastors, and youth workers: Students, raised in the church and raised in Christian homes, encounter serious challenges to their faith and then walk away from God. 

Blog Post | Miscellaneous | Brett Kunkle | November 4, 2015