The September issue of The Lutheran Witness digs in to the relationship between archaeology and apologetics.
The Holy Spirit uses our witness to Christ’s work to clear roadblocks and prepare the path for faith. That is the apologetic task.
Attacks on the historicity of Scripture’s account of Jesus are quickly answered with a discussion on the sources of the life of Christ, the New Testament and the commentaries of the Early Church fathers.
How do we speak to the religiously unaffiliated about the love of God in Christ?
The March issue of The Lutheran Witness seeks to understand the religiously unaffiliated (the “Nones”) and how they think.
The October issue of The Lutheran Witness provides an overview of 12 Christian denominations.
Is Lutheran simply the flavor of Christianity that you prefer to put in your religious ice cream cone?
The February issue of The Lutheran Witness provides an overview of nine non-Christian religions and schools of thought, and responds to each with God’s truth.
Despite the dramatic efforts of many churches to reach seekers, the Nones are simply not seeking.
To the suffering, the discouraged, the downtrodden, the preacher proclaims the pure sweet Gospel of Christ.
The world’s religions are not all different paths to the same God.