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Brett helps parents determine when they should start teaching their kids apologetics. COMMENTS Read more posts
Brett shares ways to inspire youth leaders towards training students in defending their faith. COMMENTS Read more posts
Brett shares how to inspire an interest in apologetics among students. COMMENT Read more posts
Is God a moral monster who commits genocide? This week's challenge: “Your God is a monster.” “The God of the Bible is a monster. How can you possibly believe in a God who would command genocide, much less trust him? Even if I thought he were real, I would never follow him, and frankly, it makes me nervous that you do follow him because how do I know you won't think he's commanding you to commit genocide sometime in the future?"
Are the Gospels filled with contradictions? Are they written long after Jesus walked the earth? Ultimately, are they unreliable? This week's challenge: “I don't understand how you can think Christianity is true; the Gospel accounts are so contradictory that it’s obvious that people were making them up. They were written a hundred years after Jesus supposedly existed!” How would you respond to this challenge? A number of you weighed in with some good responses. This is how I would proceed.
Can monotheists show that there's only one God and not multiple gods?
This week's challenge question was "Who created God?" Brett offers his thoughts.
What's more probably regarding miracle claims: that natural laws were actually broken or that people made stuff up? Brett answers this week's challenge.
How can God let a murderer or rapist into heaven but let a moral atheist go to hell? Brett offers some thoughts to this difficult challenge.