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The “Arrogant” Exclusivity of Christianity

In Apologetics by Nick Judd

The “Arrogant” Exclusivity of Christianity By Nick Judd A popular objection to Christianity today is that our exclusive claims are arrogant. In our time inclusiveness and tolerance are seen as the pinnacle of virtue. In fact, these are some of the primary words used to …

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The Christian Worldview 

In Apologetics, Blog by Nick Judd

The Christian Worldview  Nick Judd What is a worldview? I think Greg Bahnsen provides us with an apt definition:  “Everybody has what can be called a “worldview,” a perspective in terms of which they see everything and understand their perceptions and feelings. A worldview is …

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Judge Not

In Apologetics, Blog by John Page

Judge Not As much as social media can be a reflection of overall American society, two words from Matthew 7:1 (“Judge not”) have replaced John 3:16 as the best-known scripture among non-believers. However, according to Bible Gateway (https://www.biblegateway.com/year-in-review/2018/), Matthew 7:1 isn’t even among the top …

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Defend What You Love

In Apologetics by Anthony Knight

Article written by Anthony Knight One of the most challenging positions to be in is to listen to your loved one (spouse, family member, friend, etc.) be attacked because of their character or recent actions. Living in a world with people who are imperfect and …

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God’s Name in Vain

In Apologetics by Anthony Knight

Written by Anthony Knight As a follower of Christ, you may cringe at the sound of others cursing and using foul language while at the same time attaching God’s name to it. Being out in a public area while hearing this may cause you to …

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Who is Jesus?

In Apologetics by Anthony Knight

Written by Eric Dorris In Matthew 16:15, Jesus asked His disciples, “Who do you say that I am?”. That wasn’t the last time that question was asked. It has been asked ever since that moment for nearly 2,000 years. Some have answered it much like …

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Is there Truth?

In Apologetics by Anthony Knight

Written by Eric Dorris Twenty-Five years ago the Barna Research Group released the results of a study that asked American adults if they agreed with the following statements: “There is no such thing as absolute truth”, and “Two people can define truth in totally conflicting …

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How Does Apologetics Affect Me Personally

In Apologetics by The Journey Church

Article written by Anthony Knight The word responsibility is not often associated with the life and pursuit of the Christian faith. This often creates a Christian culture where the church is filled with people disengaging from their call to ministry. Faith is a word that …