Some in the culture say, “There’s no such thing as truth.”
Question: Is that statement true? If there’s really no such thing as truth, then the statement itself is self-refuting.
Arguments against Christianity like that usually fall flat when you peel back the layers and respond with a broad knowledge of relevant issues, wisdom rooted in God’s Word, and an ability to speak truth in a winsome way.
We’re talking about how to develop all three on our Focus on the Family Broadcast “How to Answer Challenges to Your Faith.” Our guest is Greg Koukl, a Christian apologist and founder and president of Stand to Reason Ministries.
Conversing with someone who opposes the Christian worldview can be tough. The key is being prepared. Greg shares helpful strategies for addressing questions that challenge the Christian faith, including:
- The problem with relativism.
- What to say when an atheist challenges evidence for the Christian faith.
- How the “problem of evil” is actually evidence for God.
- How to defend the pro-life position.
- How to answer questions about gender.
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