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This week's challenge: Is there evidence for the resurrection? Was there a need for Christ’s sacrifice?
You may not live near a university that offers classes in apologetics, but you can download audio and video courses by scholars like Gary Habermas, Daniel Wallace, and Douglas Groothuis from Credo Courses, and right now they're on sale.
This week, we have a Trinity-related challenge. What's your response?
The medical accuracy of John’s account of Jesus’ death on the cross is evidence this is the testimony of an eyewitness.
How would you respond to someone who said that if Christianity were really true, then it would be gaining believers in the “most enlightened and cultured countries,” not losing them?
If the goodness we desire is not inherently in people, and there is no moral standard higher than society, how could “goodness” ever reign in a society?
The fulfillment of human longings (eternal love, triumph over evil, life out of death) that we find in beautiful stories can be found in reality.
The cultural debates happening today offer us opportunities to talk about the fundamental worldviews behind the divide.
Here’s a challenge you might hear about our souls sleeping until the resurrection.