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Christian Apologetics

The Church is Full of Hypocrites!

  You’re in a conversation and someone says, “The Church is just full of hypocrites!”   What would you say?   Have you ever met someone who claims to be a Christian, but doesn’t act like it? Maybe they are even outspoken about what the Bible says, or why a particular point of Christianity is

How to Have a Conversation: Difficult Circumstances

  You’re in a conversation and someone keeps interrupting you or you’re in a conversation and someone complains it’s bigoted to think that Jesus is the only way to God or you’re in a conversation, and someone says, “You’re a Christian because you live in America. If you lived in Iran, you’d be a Muslim.”

Are Miracles Hoaxes?

  You’re in a conversation and someone says, “Miracles are impossible. They’re either hoaxes, or just the name that people gave to phenomena before we had scientific explanations for them.”   What would you say?   Assumptions aren’t arguments. But they often pretend to be arguments. When someone says, that miracles are impossible, they’re not

How to Have a Conversation: Weak Arguments

  You’re in a conversation and you see a clear weakness in your friend’s argument. You want to drive home your point, but you’re worried that they’ll disengage if you come across too strongly.   What would you say?   When talking with someone who feels strongly about something, but may not have the best

How to Have a Conversation: When Under Pressure

You’re in a conversation and suddenly an assertion is leveled against your view and you don’t know how to answer it. Now maybe you’ve forgotten the reasoning or evidence, or maybe haven’t done your research in the first place.   What would you say?   The What Would You Say videos are a great way

Definitions Matter: Tolerance

  You’re in a conversation and someone calls you “intolerant,” not because you are being cruel or harsh but only because you disagree. It’s clear that their understanding of “tolerance” and your understanding of “tolerance” are very different things.   What would you say?   Definitions matter. In conversations with others, we often find ourselves

Definitions Matter: Truth

  You’re in a conversation with someone about “truth,” but you get the sense that what they mean by “truth” and what you mean by “truth” are not the same thing.   What would you say?   Definitions matter. In conversations with others, we’ll often find that we are using the same vocabulary, but not

Was the Resurrection of Jesus Faked?

  You’re in a conversation and someone says, “Jesus didn’t actually rise from the dead. The resurrection story was faked.”   What would you say?   Many ancient Biblical authors seemed to see and experience the risen Jesus, and it’s difficult to explain these varied group experiences as simultaneous delusions or coincidental errors. Maybe that’s

Should Christians Force Their Religion On Others?

  You’re in a conversation and someone says, “I’m a Christian, but I don’t want to force my religion on others.”   What would you say?   We live in a pluralistic world, and we all have the tendency to believe that our subjective opinions, what’s often called “our truth,” is the truth. So, it’s

Has the Bible Been Corrupted?

You’re in a conversation and someone says, “The Bible we have now is not the same as what was originally written. It’s been corrupted over time.” What would you say? How has the Bible was passed down? Has it evolved over time? No. The next time someone says, “the Bible we have now is not

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