Here are Presuppositional apologetics’ links gathered between August 15-21st, 2016.
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Over at the liberal Huffington Post there’s an article titled “6 Things Christians Should Stop Saying To People Who Doubt” written yesterday by one of their associate editor name Carol Kuruvilla. I’m struck at how many millennials are in the leadership and staff at Huff Po. This girl just graduated college in 2011. There’s nothing in of itself wrong with youth but I think sometimes their immaturity shows itself (note: I’m a Millennial myself). In this particular piece the author wrote clearly what the intent of her post is:
here are 6 things I wish Christians would stop saying to people who are doubting their faith.
I’m sure some Christians can sometime say the wrong thing to those who doubt. Some of the things mentioned in the article also made me cringe. Though I cringe at time for different reasons than the reason the writer presented. For the Christian the thing that’s most important is being biblical. So in my post I want to biblically evaluate this Huff Po Religion piece. I do so because she’s specifically targeting Christians and Christians must be biblical in how they engage with others.