Pastor Dave looks at questions and objections that people have when it comes to Christianity.
Why are Christians always talking about hell and death and judgment?
Why should you believe that Jesus rose from the dead? Pastor Dave has six reasons why Jesus' resurrection is historically reliable.
Nature acts uniformly. And since you’ve never seen a miracle, then miracles aren’t possible . . . right?
You might be turned off by the church because you see so many hypocrites. And you'd be right. Because Jesus said there would be hypocrites in the church.
If I'm a good person, shouldn't that be enough for me to get into heaven?
If Jesus can heal people, why doesn't he heal me right now?
This week, Pastor Dave looks at questions and objections that people have when it comes to Christianity.
Why would God give me his grace—his undeserved love—and eternity in heaven? Don't I need to do something to get right with God?
If God is good, why is there so much evil in our world?
I can live my life and have fun now because I can always believe in God later, right?
I thought Christians are supposed to be happy all the time?
Is God so insecure that he needs our worship and praise? Is his love language words of affirmation? To understand why God demands worship, you need to understand what worship is.
In this series, Pastor Dave looks at questions and objections that people have when it comes to Christianity.
How can you support Christianity when the church has a shameful history of the Crusades, Spanish Inquisition, witch hunts, and abusive priests?
Can we really just forgive and forget those who have hurt us? Pastor Dave gives us three pointers to help us forgive others the way God forgives us.
Yes, Pastor Dave says, there is some truth to the adage that Christianity is for the weak. And there's no shame in admitting that.
There are truths we can all come to on the basis of the natural knowledge of God. But those aren't saving truths because there is only one saving truth.