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Question from Perkins (Part 2)

In #All, Apologetics, Assisted Suicide, Atheism, Christianity, Euthanasia, Law & Gospel, Life After Death, Materialism, Morality & Ethics, Naturalism, Podcast, Reasoning, Salvation, Science, Skeptic by Brian Johnson

(Part 2 of 2) In this podcast all the directors of SD Apologetics answer a question received by someone eavesdropping on our conversation at Perkins. Afterward, we discuss some legislation coming up in 2017 for South Dakota on the issue of assisted suicide. Join Brian, Aaron, Matt, Peter and Justin as they discuss these topics at the very end of …

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Gospel Essentials: The Atonement

In #All, Apologetics, Atonement, Bible, Christianity, Jesus Christ, Law & Gospel, New Testament, Old Testament, Orthodoxy, Podcast, Salvation, The Historical Person, Theology by Brian Johnson

In the podcast this week is Justin Hornbaker’s presentation of the historical orthodox case for the atonement revealed in the Bible. The message is titled Gospel Essentials: The Atonement and was delivered on November 6th at the Evangelical Free Bible Church in Wall, SD. As we approach the celebration of Jesus Christ’s birthday, Christmas, this message is very important in …

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Jesus Specifically Said, “I am God”

In #All, Apologetics, Bible, Christianity, Evangelism, Jesus Christ, Law & Gospel, New Testament, Old Testament, Skeptic, The Historical Person, Theology by Brian Johnson

J Warner Wallace tackles a very important topic concerning the Deity of Christ. The original article can be found here.   As a skeptic, I was willing to accept a “nice guy” version of Jesus. You know, the wise sage from the past who was misunderstood and mythicized into something divine by leaders of a movement who were either mistaken …

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You Won’t Think You Need Apologetics If…

In #All, Apologetics, Apologist, Christianity, Evangelism, Law & Gospel by Justin Hornbaker

With apologetics in mind, I have three important points for you to consider if you are a Christian. I urge you to think carefully about my responses to the points below and your feedback is welcome. You won’t be convinced you need apologetics if… You believe faith is blind. You think doubt is good. You don’t speak the gospel regularly. …