On May 1st and 2nd, there will be an apologetics conference in Littleton, CO. It will be at Calvary Chapel South Denver, and is put on by the Evangelical Ministries to New Religions organization. For more information, see the website: http://emnr.org/myth-taken-the-cultural-challenge-to-the-church/
I will be speaking at this conference, on the below topic.
Ways Christians Mishandle Doubt
When believers face religious doubts, they have for generations been told to “just have more faith.” In recent years, a rival, apologetics-oriented approach has been on the rise. This is essential, and must continue to be encouraged. However, even within the apologetics subculture, many often unknowingly yield ground to skepticism. This session will address the skeptical currents present in the modern and postmodern contexts, and how the church tends to misunderstand both. Philosophical correction in these areas is essential for a culturally shrewd Christianity that takes knowledge, doubt, and discipleship seriously.