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For those attending or following our personal discipleship class, here are the slides from this week’s session on apologetic reasoning.
The slides contain hyperlinks to videos and related material. In terms of resources, the most useful item might be the link to the 2015 Veracity’s Top 10 Scorers List. If you want a good grounding in apologetics, study these apologists, professors, theologians, philosophers, and authors.
Starting today (February 1st), I will be facilitating a new class on personal discipleship. For the next nine weeks, we will meet promptly at 10:45 a.m. in room 156 at the Williamsburg Community Chapel. This class will build upon the apostle Paul’s instruction in (Philippians 2:12): “Therefore, my beloved, as you have always obeyed, not as […]
Originally posted on Lessons in Lent:
The Life Line by Winslow Homer, 1884 Personal discipleship has been a lifeline for me between what had become a comfortable and complacent Christian experience, and one that became vibrant, exciting, and very real. As we embark on this new Lenten series, I invite you to take a fresh…
Personal discipleship has been a lifeline for me between what had become a comfortable and complacent Christian experience, and one that became vibrant, exciting, and very real. If you search for “personal discipleship” on the Internet, you’ll find a variety of not-very-standardized definitions. So up front, here’s my homegrown definition: personal discipleship is the process in which a […]
It’s easy to approach our spiritual lives like a sandwich. We add the ingredients we like and leave out those that we don’t. We eat until we are satisfied, then we are done. We tend to fall into pretty humdrum routines where we eat the same things over and over.