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For Christians, This is a Time for Confidence

There are sound reasons 
to trust God in our 
post-Christian culture.

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A Collaborative Approach to Apologetics

What was missing, many believed, was a way to help people find their place in God’s redemptive story. “We wanted to demonstrate that lives are formed and re-formed by that narrative,” Herron said. “We wanted to see the Holy Spirit form a Gospel-centered conscience.”

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Man – the Master Idol Maker

According to Pearcey, Romans 1 is where Christians will find the tools they need to make sense of competing worldviews. And it’s there that we’ll be equipped to answer them intelligently, kindly, and persuasively.

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