Since its inception, Christianity has taken advantage of trade routes. Because of these trade routes, Christianity was able to make large gains in the Roman Empire as Christianity primarily spread from Jerusalem to the North up through Europe. As the Roman Empire fell, the trade routes were closed off and due to rising persecution and … More World Mission Movement
William Carey was one of the first great pioneers for world missions as we know it today. Carey started out as an in England as a pastor and part time teacher. He wrote a book that has set the precedence for the necessity for Christians to reach out to the world that doesn’t know Christ. … More Who is William Carey?
When Oswalt summarizes James Barr and Brevvard Childs who claim “if the historical basis on which the supposed revelation rested was false, then why should we give any special credence to the ideas resting on that basis” (Oswalt, 31), he gives the perfect wording to what is already known. When we look at the Bible, in … More How should we approach the Bible?
For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse.
Recently God has been laying on my heart a fairly simple concept I feel compelled to share. It simply amounts to what you believe about God. There is a trend to avoid any discussion with big philosophical words in our society because we want to be lazy. So when a person at church mentions the … More Who is your God?
Summary of the Method Experiential apologetics is often considered one of, if not the weakest of all apologetic methods with the lack of scientific basis. Experiential apologetics uses the personal experiences of one person in order to testify and convince people of the truth of Christianity. As the name implies, Experiential apologetics uses ones own … More What is Experiential Apologetics?
Introduction to Mission Throughout the Bible we see the emphasis of God in the active working of salvation for all of mankind. In 2 Peter 3:9 we are reminded “The Lord is not slack concerning His promise, as some count slackness, but is longsuffering toward us, not willing that any should perish but that all should … More Is Missions Biblical?