An Apologist’s Adventures in Critical Theory Class

John Frum And Colonialism

John Frum and Colonialism.  We’ve been hearing a lot about colonialism lately.  The idea that it was wrong for one society, especially powerful Western societies, to go into another country and take if over.  This is not only true politically, but also religiously.   The idea of evangelizing to another culture is now looked at as a bad thing.  The […]

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John Frum And Cargo Cults

John Frum and Cargo Cults. Sometime when you write a blog on religion, topics can be hard to come by. There are days when you feel like you’ve covered every possible subject on the matter.  It highlights the problem finite humans have in describing and talking about an infinite being. I have to actively search out new […]

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3 Reflections on Ravi’s Fall

One of the most dangerous pitfalls for any Christian apologist is getting caught up in pride. We need to keep that in mind as we observe this situation. There’s been no shortage of Christian leaders caught in sexual sin. It always stings, but this one more than most.

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5 Books to Check Out in 2021

Tent Making Christianity’s Top 5 Podcasts Of 2020

Tent Making Christianity’s top 5 podcasts of 2020.  A few days ago we released our top 5 blog posts of 2020.  I mentioned in that article that we had experienced a 25% growth in readership and web site hits this year.  Considering everything that happened this year, that was a wonderful surprise.  Well, our podcast took an even […]

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Tent Making Christianity’s Top 5 Blog Posts Of 2020

Tent Making Christianity’s Top 5 Blog Posts Of 2020. This has been an interesting year to say the least.  2019 was our first full year in operation here at Tent Making Christianity.  We grew our audience at a quick and steady pace.  2020 started off building on that momentum.   And then the pandemic hit.  We saw a sharp decline […]

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The 5 Days Of Christmas Myths Day 2

The 5 days of Christmas myths Day 2.  In this series we’re looking at 5 common Christmas myths that perpetuate each year.  The culture, and many Christians, accept these myths without question.  No one ever stops to think about where they come from, or if they are even accurate.  We’re taking a closer look at them to see if […]

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The Social Dilemma

The social dilemma.  Recently, I watch a documentary on Netflix that several friends had recommended to me.  It was called “The Social Dilemma”.  If you haven’t seen it, I would recommend taking some time to do so.  I thought it was well done, and made some interesting points about how our society is being influenced by the social media […]

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Discovering Bias In Anti-Bias Training

Uncovering Bias In Bias Training. If you’ve ever worked for a large company, you’ve probably received training from H.R. The company I work for is no different.  We receive all sorts of training, and most of it is very helpful.  Usually these sessions are pretty predictable, however. But I recently went through on session that made some […]

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