For the skeptic, studying the Bible’s reliability challenges their presupposed ideas. For the Christian, it strengthens their faith in God and encourages them to read and meditate more often. It’s a privilege to chat with Simon Peacock this week, a young Christian leader who’s taken upon himself the study of the New Testament’s reliability.
What does a genuine Christian look like? I believe a great image of a Christian is seen and described by the beatitudes. Before Jesus begins his famous “Sermon on the Mount,” he gives eight statements (called the beatitudes) in the form of blessings that his disciples are to follow and test themselves against.
Confusion is good and certainty is bad? Our post-truth culture thinks so. We’re joined by North American Director of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries this week, Abdu Murray. He’s recently written a new book that delves into the task of bringing both clarity and meaning to a post-truth world.
It’s great to have author and blogger Chris Martin with us on the show to talk about how we, as millennials, can help reach other millennials with the gospel. What do we need to know about this generation to help them know Christ? Whether or not you’re a millennial, we know you’ll be encouraged and informed in this conversation.