Introduction to Biblical Apologetics: Part 2 of 3 – The Biblical Worldview and a Case for Biblical Apologetics

Before we dive into the biblical worldview, let us first recap some important points in Part 1. Remember, although many have not given it much thought, we all have a worldview. A worldview is a set of beliefs and assumptions we use to analyze, interpret, and render decisions about the world around us. Our beliefs and assumptions begin to form at a very young age and are influenced by parents, teachers, politicians, preachers, etc. A worldview seeks to answer many of life’s more challenging questions: What is the purpose of life? What is love? Does a deity or do multiple deities exist? I do hope you thought about the questions posed at the end of Part 1. If you have not, it would behoove you to do so at this point. Now that you have a better understanding of what a worldview is (and hopefully you’ve given your own the attention it deserves), we can move on to the biblical worldview and what it means to be a follower of Christ.  Continue reading

Introduction to Biblical Apologetics: Part 1 of 3 – Worldviews

This is the first of a three-part mini-series on biblical apologetics.  The mini-series seeks to serve as a very brief introduction to biblical apologetics and establish an apologetic foundation for better understanding of future blog posts.  Unfortunately, as much I would love it to, this mini-series is unable to be all encompassing, seeking to answer all questions from both believers and nonbelievers.  My sincere hope is that through comments and discussion, we can fill in most of the gaps missing regarding this much needed subject. Continue reading