As our nation becomes increasingly more hostile to the Christian perspective on reality, Christians are faced with opposition more and more.
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Parents and teens are confronted with questions and objections to their faith that previous generations never had to answer. This is why, now more than ever, Christians need to know how to address a hostile culture?
This week’s podcast we replay an unique interview we had with the president of Toccoa Falls College in Toccoa Falls, GA, Dr. Robert M. Myers. In this interview, using Christian apologetics, we will provide you with solutions on how to address a hostile culture.
Why Postmodernism is Not the Answer
When presenting your kid with a logical answer to a difficult question have you ever been faced with the culturally canned response “that is just your opinion.”
Postmodernism provides the illusion that your “truth” is true for you while your teen’s “truth” should be true for him.
Dr. Robert Myers shows you how you can teach your teen the logical incongruence of postmodern thought by:
- Defining a biblical worldview in a postmodern culture
- Revealing the history of postmodernism
- Discussing the influence a postmodern worldview has on your teen
The Important Role of Apologetics
Christian apologetics gives your teen the tools he needs to stand firm on a biblical worldview.
Dr. Robert Myers presents some practical questions Christians can ask when confronted with an opposing worldview.
- What do you mean by this term?
- How do you know what you are saying is true?
- What if you are wrong?
How Families can Learn More About Apologetics
Dr. Robert Myers introduces us to the Worldview Academy.
Please be aware that this episode is re-aired. So the event dates discussed in this podcast have passed. For further information on the most recent events of the Worldview Academy, go here .
When addressing world-views that oppose Christianity, more than likely, your family will face arguments originating from these five false perceptions.
The Bible is:
- Too old
- Has too many errors
- Has too many authors
- Has too many translations
- Is too exclusive
Christian Apologetics is a curial tool for your family to use to address these arguments, and many more in today’s increasingly hostile culture.
Conversation Starter: What are some steps you can take to integrate Christian Apologetics within your home and/or church?