As 'religion' becomes more and more the subject of culture's ire, isn't it more imperative than ever that we understand why we believe what we believe? That we can communicate clearly the difference between our faith and others? Isn't it crucial that, as culture either condemns or redefines faith ("aren't we all worshipping the same God? can't we all just 'coexist'?") or we're seduced into its ambiguous, PC, neutered 'spirituality', we're 100% clear on what sets Christ apart from Buddha or Mohammed? Because now, more than ever, we're being called on to defend what we believe. To explain it. To apologize for it.
The next generation is walking into a vastly different world than those that entered adulthood even 10 years ago. It's a darker world that will require more courage and confidence than ever before for the Christ-follower.
All of that said, Dr. Jonathan Morrow's ministry (ThinkChristianly.org, as well as Impact 360 in Atlanta, GA) and new book, 'Questioning the Bible', provide answers to culture's most common criticisms and questions about the Bible and our faith. Their historical authenticity and scriptural authority. Their relevance in our post-modern, post-Christian culture.
More on Dr. Morrow: http://www.thinkchristianly.org/about/
Would love to connect you with him to talk it through this spring as young adults and their parents prepare for graduation and new surroundings, new friends ... a new reality where, for the first time, the Bible isn't the answer, but the QUESTION.
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