Jimmy Davis (Associate Pastor at Jericho Road Church), Neal Hardin (nealhardin.com) and I did an impromptu Q&A after filming a 6-week small group study.
- 0:00 Introduction
- 1:44 Where do you see a need for apologetics in youth ministry?
- 4:50 Do students naturally desire apologetics or are they more apathetic?
- 12:35 Small-group video curriculum
- 15:15 What should people do with their doubts?
- 16:55 What is a theologian?
- 19:20 Why is having a correct theology necessary in Christian pastoral ministry?
- 23:20 What are some of the biggest objections and difficulties that students are facing?
- 28:57 Are all Christians called to be theologians, apologists, and pastors?
- 31:09 How can I address that “Love is love” is wrong and sin?
- 37:57 Can a single person experience love and fulfillment in this life without having sex?
- 42:22 How should Christians respond to the BLM movement?
- 54:00 Why are there so many different perspectives on the rapture?
- 1:00:32 Is there a corporate persecution of the church happening?
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