The process for anyone in search of truth should be to:
1. Unbiasedly consider as much evidence as possible to gain knowledge.
2. Define a valid worldview based on the knowledge they’ve gained.
*Every worldview must answer the questions of
Origin, Meaning, Morality and Destiny.
3. Live a purposed life with the answers they’ve found.
The search for truth is by far the most important endeavor we will ever invest in because our understanding of truth shapes our worldview. Our worldview must be founded on solid evidence from many arenas of study. Much of the evidence for Theism is based on verified science, history, mathematical probabilities and sound philosophy, but these realms of study can only take us so far. We are still left with mounds of real evidential data that defy natural explanation. If we really want to discover the truth, we should as Socrates himself advised:
“Dare to follow the evidence wherever it leads”.
Social Justice is NOT Biblical Justice
Our country and our faith are under attack by a sinister force. You may be one of many who rightly fight for justice in our society. We should all want justice because our God is a just God. We are called by Christ to love others and not judge those outside the church. But for those in the church, we are called to spread the gospel and help one another stay aligned with Biblical ethics and morality.
Social Justice and Critical Race Theory have a thin veneer of righteousness but are actually based on evil and divisive Marxist ideology. Please take the time to educate yourself on this current attack that will, if allowed, destroy religious freedom in general and Christianity specifically. The video below will help give you a better, more accurate understanding of this issue. For more information on the speaker, go to https://www.voddiebaucham.org/.
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Thank you for visiting this page. Being able to defend our Christian worldview is critical to the survival of Christianity in our culture. When we engage, we should always discuss things with humility and love, and always remember that it is God's job to change hearts. If you have any questions about Apologetics, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.