What is meant by meditation? The term is used in some capacity by dozens of different religions. Not all of them necessarily referring to the same thing.
Are Catholics Christians? This was a great source of confusion for me after I converted. As I have said previously, I had never given Christianity much thought. I had always assumed that Catholic and Christianity were the same thing. As I found out with many of my assumptions about Christianity, I was wrong on this point. Is There A Continue Reading
Do Christians have a persecution complex? If you follow certain Christians on social media, you might have experienced this phenomena. Every time prayer gets banned at a high school football game or a city council meeting doesn’t open in prayer, certain Christians will predict that the end times are upon us. But is this really the case? Everyone? Continue Reading
I recently had this question posed to me in a conversation. Christians believe in a God who wants to be worshiped. To most modern ears, that sounds arrogant, narcissistic, and even a little scary. What could be more self-absorbed than demanding worship? How are we supposed to think about and answer this? Is God a Continue Reading
This week’s quick challenge answer deals with the objection that “The Bible Was Written By Illiterate Stone Age Peasants”. I’ve heard this objection in many different forms. Sometimes it’s phrased as “Who are you going to trust? Modern day scientists or some illiterate stone age peasants?” No matter what form it’s presented in, it is always meant as Continue Reading
In this episode of the Tent Making Christianity QCQ Podcast, Drew and David discuss the challenge “I don’t need Church to worship God”. Listen to our Weekly Quick Challenge Question Podcast on iTunes, Google Play Musicor Stitcher. New Episodes are released every Thursday. Don’t see your podcast listening platform? Email us and we will add them to our distribution Continue Reading