Not all of the questions apologetics must deal with are intellectual in nature. For many people, the gospel does not seem to be relevant to their lives. This sermon gives a number of biblical principles which guide us as we seek to show unbelievers the attractiveness of the gospel.
The problem of evil is a common objection to the Christian faith. The bible does not answer the problem of evil exhaustively, but it does give perspectives that help us to deal with it. Six biblical perspectives are examined.
Read Revelation 4:1-4
This sermon presents 4 biblical truths that address the phenomenon of religious pluralism. 1) All people are to be treated with kindness and respect regardless of the worldview they hold. 2) The greatest need of all men is reconciliation with the one true God. 3) The biblical worldview is true and any assertion that contradicts the Bible is false. 4) Jesus Christ is the unique and only Saviour of the world.
Read Acts 4:1-22
In Scripture the resurrection of Christ is central not only in the accomplishment of salvation, but also as confirmation that Jesus claims about himself are true. This sermon considers the empty tomb and eyewitness accounts as biblical and historical evidence for the factuality of the resurrection.
We accept the Bible because in it God speaks with authority. However, the Bible also give us reasons to confirm our faith that it is the Word of God. We can use these to answer questions people might have about our conviction that the Bible is God’s revelation.
Read 2 Timothy 3:1-4:8