Lee Strobel on Evangelism and Apologetics

Lee Strobel on Evangelism and Apologetics

Recently I had the privilege of sitting down with Lee Strobel to talk about evangelism and apologetics. Donald Johnson: Thanks very much for joining me, Lee. So we are meeting right now at an apologetics conference where you are the keynote speaker.  I’m sure that’s...
Five Ways We Try to Deal with the Problem of Longing

Five Ways We Try to Deal with the Problem of Longing

“Underneath everything in your life there is that thing, that empty — forever empty. You know what I'm talking about?” - Louis C.K. to Conan O'Brien Considering that over 5 million people have viewed this interview on YouTube, I think the answer is clearly, "Yes!" We...
What Causes Conversations with Skeptics to Go Nowhere?

What Causes Conversations with Skeptics to Go Nowhere?

Conversational evangelism and apologetics can be very frustrating. Christians often to get to the end of a discussion with an unbeliever and think, “Well, that was a waste of time! We weren’t connecting on anything. Did we even speak the same language?  All my great...
On the Meaning of Love, Sex, Marriage, and Family

On the Meaning of Love, Sex, Marriage, and Family

On the Meaning of Love, Sex, Marriage, and Family - Genesis 1 and 2 Don preaches about the relationship between one's family experience and belief in God. He examines what the creation accounts in Genesis tell us about what it means to be created in the image of God,...
Why Does God Remain Hidden from Seemingly Genuine Seekers?

Why Does God Remain Hidden from Seemingly Genuine Seekers?

The Bible indicates that everyone who seeks God finds him (Deut. 4:29; 1 Chron. 28:9; Psalm 9:10; Jer. 29:13; Matt. 7:7; Heb. 11:6, for example). But sometimes people who seem like genuine seekers simply don't find God. I personally know many skeptics that claim to...
Strength in Meekness

Strength in Meekness

Pope Francis broke Vatican protocol again today by celebrating Holy Thursday’s Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper at a juvenile prison, where he will kneel and wash the feet of 12 inmates. In the first week of his papacy, much has rightly been made of the Pope’s...