There is a fundamental antithesis between the world and the people of God, and in order to faithfully witness to the world, we must understand it. Pastor Jason Fest discusses. Listen above or download the audio file here. Photo by Mario Dobelmann on Unsplash
Pastor Nate Harlan and the family study class at Trinity wrap up their discussion of common objections to Christianity.
In our last discussion about answering objections to the truth of the Christian faith, Pastor Nate Harlan leads our family study to consider good answers to the challenge, “If there must be a god, why must it be the God of Christianity?”
In this family study, Pastor John Mergy and the class discusses answers to yet another possible objection to the Christian faith: “Appealing to God as an ultimate authority is circular reasoning.”
How should Christians respond when someone claims that the Bible is unclear? Our family study works through some ways to answer and engage the questioner in a back-and-forth conversation.
Pastor Nate and the folks at Trinity at our family study continue answering common objections to the faith. This week: “The Bible is unreliable.”
Pastor Nate turns the tables on our family study by having all of the attendees answer common objections to the faith.
Our belief in Jesus Christ is not a leap in the dark — it is an entirely justifiable belief, philosophically speaking. Listen in to Pastor Nate Harlan’s session during our family study.
In our beginning discussion on evangelism, Pastor Nate Harlan brings up presuppositions, which are inescapable no matter what you believe. As he says, “Whenever an unbeliever raises as objection to the faith, he is appealing to some other authority besides God and His Word.”
(“right click/save link as” to download) Nate Harlan 3/30/2014- Matthew 18:10-14: “The Shepherd Finds His Sheep”