Posts Tagged: learning

I Thank God for My Doubts: A Personal Reflection

    Original post by Sean McDowell here. Used with permission.   It might sound crazy, but I can honestly say that I thank God for my doubts. It’s not that I always appreciate having doubts. Sometimes doubts can be a burden. But even so, I realize something deeper about the reason God has for my… Read more »

5 Game-Changing Books to Read this Summer

[Original Post by Sean McDowell]   I love reading. And what better time is there to read than summer? While there are certainly plenty of good books to read, here are five of my personal favorites. While they tend to be in the category of apologetics and culture, these books were all “game changers” for... Read more »

Grant: The Bible is for Daily Use

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: One Among Many The Just-Another-Great-Book Myth In this week’s myth it talked about the holy book, the Bible. One myth about the Bible is that it is just another good book in the world. I disagree strongly with that. People say they have a favorite book, but that does… Read more »

5 Reasons You Should Get Apologetics Training

[Original Post by Sean McDowell] The purpose and nature of apologetics is often misunderstood. Some people think it’s about arguing for the faith. Others think it’s about apologizing.   In reality, apologetics simply refers to the defense of what you believe to be true. Tweet But isn’t apologetics someone else’s job? Isn’t it reserved for... Read more »