Though we may sometimes doubt the truthfulness of God’s Word, question His motives in decreeing it, or lack an understanding of how it could come to pass, we will, in the end, see one of two things play out: 1) We will either trust in His Word and find that it, even when tested, always “proves true” and thus reap the blessings of it as we go through life or 2) intentionally keep its vitality at a distance as we search for “enough proof” of its credibility and "enough motivation" before trusting it, only to find that it ultimately “proves true”, and had we only trusted it sooner, we would have been benefiting from its power instead of reaping the consequences of denying it.
Apologetic Method: Cloaking Our Convictions vs. Speaking Truth in Love
The discipline of Christian apologetics is the outflow of the integration of theology into our lives wherein we provide an apologia "defense" or reasoned contention for our faith in Christ. This is a practical and evangelistic element of the Christian faith that all Christians should be prepared to engage in and is meant to be a conversation (not a … Continue reading Apologetic Method: Cloaking Our Convictions vs. Speaking Truth in Love
The Unavoidable Truth
"Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths" (Proberbs 3:5-6, ESV) This passage reminds me of something that I think Christians can easily tend to forget. It is the Lord who straightens our path. Therefore, our understanding, … Continue reading The Unavoidable Truth
The Crux of Christianity
Is there an Achilles heel for Christian theology? What is the crux of Christianity upon which its adherents must stand? How do Jehovah’s Witnesses view Christ’s resurrection and how does it compare with what the Bible teaches? These questions and more are addressed in this post on Easter and the most important elements of the Christian faith.