The goal of apologetics isn’t to win some intellectual points, but for people to know Jesus.
Preparing Our Teenagers to Encounter Different Viewpoints in College
Let us teach teenagers what they believe, the humanity and grace with which to approach someone who believes differently, the discernment to sort truth from error, and a dependence on the work of the Spirit to bring people to new life through the gospel.
Most of us were not fortunate enough to go to seminary; how is a regular mom or dad going to learn to speak biblically about the pressing issues of our time?
Youth ministers will find an excellent resource in 10 Questions, a book they can read alongside their students in a small group study, use to mentor skeptics and seekers, or recommend to parents with confidence.
In response to the “intellectual minefield” of contemporary university life, Kruger meets his readers with sound theology and skillful counsel.
Love Incarnate follows the Spirit’s lead in every scenario, refusing to apply a one-size-fits-all approach to relational engagement.
Jesus doesn’t shut the mouth of Thomas or others who doubt, but allows them to share their questions.