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Talking about Jesus and Christianity isn’t always about reasoning because people don’t always have rational reasons for the things they believe.
I recently heard Dr. Hugh Ross share some ideas he’s learned from long experience that I thought would be helpful because a lot of people ask about this.
Killing Jesus: A History by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard has both positive and negative aspects. In the end, I do recommend reading it. But don’t give it to non-Christians expecting it to be a dramatic replacement for reading the Gospels themselves. The authors tell an engaging history of Jesus’ life, but they falter seriously on some important parts of that history, which displays their bias.
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This week I was introduced to emergent apologetics by Youth Specialties. It is the first article I have encountered on the topic but unfortunately, a reading of this short piece may not even be worth your time. Besides his silly caricature of "modern apologetics" the author hardly addresses the issue of apologetics.