“Always be ready to give a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you,” wrote the Apostle Peter. This instruction isn’t just for pastors and theologians, but for every follower of Jesus. In a broken world full of hurting people with tough questions about Christianity, we’re called to engage their questions with humility, intelligence and grace.
The following articles offer insights for engaging some of the questions the culture is asking, and that believers often ask themselves. The goal isn’t to have all the answers or win every argument, but to represent Jesus in a winsome and loving manner. As Christians have found over the years, defending our faith also strengthens it.
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