It’s ironic: the more the world takes on Christian values such as universal human rights, the less it respects or thinks it needs the church. How should Christians respond?
Glen Scrivener and Sam Chan discuss whether or not Christianity has done more good than evil in the world throughout time.
In the 21st century, it’s not enough to show Christianity is true. We must also show it’s beautiful.
Not everyone deserves an answer. Strange thought, I know, coming from a lifelong apologist.
We need an anthology of real-life examples that question cultural dogmas about gender, biology, society, and personhood.