Posts Tagged: humility

Who Is the “Fool” that Denies God? Not Who You Think.

[Original post by Sean McDowell found here.] A few summers ago I was doing my “Atheist Encounter” at a large student Christian camp in the Midwest. While the interaction with the audience sometimes gets heated (since I role-play an atheist, after all) the students in this session were far testier and argumentative than normal. About… Read more »

5 Reasons Apologists Get a Bad Rep

Apologetics Bad Rap

No one appreciates a callous apologist! Last week we started our new blog series on apologetics, which we defined as the defense of Christianity, not our apology for believing in Christ. As we also stated last week, we must be cognizant of how we come across as we share our proof for the accuracy of… Read more »

Judge Not, When it Comes to Cultural Tolerance?

Did Jesus Say Judge Not? That is the Question. If cultural tolerance has a theme verse, it’s Matthew 7:11: “Judge not, that you be not judged.” That verse, by the way, is one of most commonly misused verses in the Bible. Christians and non-Christians alike often take it out of context. “Sure,” they say, “scripture… Read more »