How to Ask Questions part 3

Who has the burden of proof? The burden of proof simply means the person who expressed his opinion must justify or explain the reasons for holding that belief.  It is a vital skill to establish in a conversation who has the burden of proof.  The pressure is always on the one who has to justify […] Read more

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How to Ask Questions part 2

I would like to continue to expound on how to ask questions and why they are a powerful tool to acquire.  My objectives are 1) Explain why questions are important in a spiritual discussion; 2) Identify who has the burden of proof; 3) Describe basic questions you can ask in almost any situation; and 4) […] Read more

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How to Ask Questions part 1

In a spiritual conversation, questions are the most powerful tool to acquire.  My goal in this series of posts is to help you develop the skill of asking good questions. The following is an email conversation with a friend concerning the issue of abortion.  I began the conversation with a poster I found online.  It […] Read more

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False Ideas Make the Gospel Irrelevant

Question: Is sharing the gospel difficult today in the United States? Answer: As our society becomes more secularized, the gospel becomes more irrelevant.  More and more young people are growing up not understanding the beliefs of Christianity.  Some don’t have a clue why Christians celebrate Christmas or what happened at Easter.  Going to church on […] Read more

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Are there Lost Books of the Bible?

Question: What about the extra books?  Why aren’t they part of the Protestant Bible?  And what about the so called, “Lost Books” of the Bible? Answer:  The Apocrypha were the extra books added to the Bible by the Catholic Church.  This set of books was written between the 3rd century B.C. and the first century […] Read more

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Question:  Many Christians love the Saint Francis of Assisi quote, “Preach the Gospel and when necessary use words.”  Why do you dislike this quote? Answer:  First, according to scholars this quote did not come from Saint Francis of Assisi.  An article by Glenn Stanton writing for the Gospel Coalition, says this:  “None of his disciples, […] Read more

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What can we do to make sure we have victory over sin?  We can 1) join a convent, 2) surround ourselves with only Christians, and 3) live in solitude, like a monk getting rid of the internet, TV, videos, etc.  I think for some these maybe your best options.  However, God wants us to be […] Read more

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My third and final reason why a spirit filled believer will obey without the fear of losing his or her salvation.   God’s grace does not lead to a life of sin because 1.   We are dead to sin (part 3) 2.   We are alive to God in Christ (part 4)   3.   We live […] Read more

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The Watchtower Organization (Jehovah’s Witnesses) has maintained that following the death of Jesus and His apostles, the Christian Church became corrupted with ideas of Greek philosophy and paganism.  There was a great apostasy where the true church was almost lost.  A primary doctrine corrupted was the nature of Christ, who they teach was the first […] Read more

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Here is my second reason why a spirit filled believer will obey without the fear of losing his or her salvation. God’s grace does not lead to a life of sin because… 2.   We are alive to God in Christ Jesus Paul writes in Romans 6:9-11 “Knowing that Christ, having been raised from the dead, […] Read more

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Do Objective Morals Exist?
Answering Tough Questions
Counting the Cost
Is God the Author of the Bible?
God’s Holiness and Love Wins
Ministering to Mormons in Utah
Challenging a Jehovah’s Witness
What Ever Happened to Hell?
Accurately Interpreting the Scriptures
Understanding the Christian Worldview
Accused of Partnering in Wickedness
Set Apart Christ as Lord
Sharing with Knowledge & Wisdom
Becoming a Good Ambassador for Christ
How to Persuade Others

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