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How Shall We Live

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Meditation On 1 Peter 3:13-17 - The Need For Apologetics
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How shall we live? This question has been asked by believers throughout the ages in one form or another since Old Testament times. The first time that this question was asked in this format can be found in Ezekiel 33:10: “Now as for you, son of man, say to the house of Israel, Thus you have spoken, saying, ‘Surely our transgressions and our sins are upon us, and we are rotting away in them; how then can we survive [that is, live]?’”

In more recent years the late, Francis A. Schaeffer asked the question, "How Should We Then Live?" And the question was asked again by Charles Colson and Nancy Pearcey in their book How Now Shall We Live? The need for apologetics is at the heart of this question. How are believers to live their lives so that those around them can see the  difference that Christ has made in their lives?

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Jason Crowder

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Founder & Director of Know Him Ministries, and Faculty Mentor with Columbia Evangelical Seminary

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Jewish Apologetics

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Christianity's Ongoing and Unique Challenge
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Dr. Michael L. Brown

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Words For Grace In Hinduism

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It is generally accepted that at least some forms of Hinduism claim a doctrine of grace. It is also clear that this claim, when compared to the Christian understanding of grace, will reduce the number of Hindu schools that even come close to a genuine concept of grace to a very few.

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Dr. Winfried Corduan

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