March 2, 2010 – March 10, 2010

Basic Apologetics Course - Set 2: Objections to Faith

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Apologetics is being able to give a reasonable defense for the hope that is within you (1 Peter 3:15). The Basic Apologetics Course is designed for those who wish to be better equipped to reach non-believers by giving honest answers to honest questions with gentleness and respect. Obviously, this course cannot cover everything one may wish (or even need) to know, but it does address many of the fundamental questions one encounters today. The converging lines of evidence found in the lectures and readings demonstrate that God exists, that Jesus is the Son of God and that the Bible is the Word of God. They also counter the major opposing worldviews we face – atheism and pantheism. The cumulative weight of these reasons for belief will enable you to respond effectively to those who ask you for a reason for the hope within you and will strengthen your personal faith in the process. C.S. Lewis maintained that he believed in Jesus as he believed that the sun is risen, not because he saw it all clearly, but because by it he saw everything else. These lectures will help us see clearly as we seek to engage those around us in a confident and winsome way, understanding their worldview and seeking an opportunity to present our own views in a relevant and compelling way

Set II: Objections to Faith

Many objections to faith, new and old, circulate in our culture. What are some of the most crucial issues to face? Was Jesus married? Are the Gnostic Gospels to be taken seriously? Was Jesus’ Deity invented? Why is there so much evil? Is Christ the only way? Is belief in God a fantasy? How can we speak about our faith in this culture? These lectures address these important questions.

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