In this podcast recording brett recounts some of the highlights from his trip to New Zealand (in September last year) and shares some thoughts about the need for apologetics:
You can subscribe to Brett’s Podcast – and others – from Stand to Reason podcast page here.
This month, I’ll be running an introductory apologetics course at my church. The course will begin tonight and run for ten weeks. It’s open to anyone. Here are the details:
[pk_info_box width=”0″] What: Introduction to Apologetics: defending the faith with reason and evidence
When: Tuesdays, 7pm (beginning on Feb 12)
Where: Encounter Christian Centre 495 Rosebank Road Avondale New Zealand [/pk_info_box]
Introduction to Apologetics: defending the faith with reason and evidence
The apostle Paul, writing about the necessary qualifications for a minister of the gospel, says “He must hold firmly to the trustworthy message as it has been taught, so that he can encourage others by sound doctrine and refute those who oppose it.” (Titus 1:9). It’s not enough to merely explain what Christianity is, Paul argues that it must also be defended. Apologetics is exactly this – providing a rational defense for the Christian truth-claims.
This course is for everyone who wants to dig deeper into the evidence for Christianity, confront honest questions about God and the Bible, and develop tools to talk effectively and meaningfully about the Gospel. Over ten weeks, we’ll examine topics like the evidence for Jesus’ resurrection, why God allows suffering, and how to declare the Gospel in a world that doesn’t believe in objective truth anymore. If you have ever wanted to connect your head with your heart or sharpen your evangelistic witness, this course can help you.
Thinking Matters is a ministry encouraging New Zealand Christians to explore WHAT they believe and WHY they believe it, so they can present the Christian faith gracefully and persuasively.
We do this through training in apologetics, worldview, culture, and evangelism.
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