Have you ever wondered how this generation is doing in defending their faith? I remember back in my early years in ministry doing a number of training programs such as Evangelism Explosion which provided me wonderful tools for sharing the gospel to others. Yet, in forty years so much has changed. We have changed, the church has changed, college institutions have changed and most notable the world around us has changed. It’s not as easy, and dare I say common now to share our faith particularly in a world that more than ever resists that gospel message. How does this generation address moral issues like homosexuality, the redefining of marriage, or the historicity of Adam, or evolution? How is this generation doing in giving clear, solid responses to those hard parts of the Bible like genocide and slavery? Well thankfully someone has put a lot of thought and work into this and placed those thoughts into a wonderful book called The Young Christians Survival Guide: (Defending your faith and common questions young Christians are asked about the God, the Bible and Christian Faith Answered.) I had the privilege to sit down with that author about his book. His name is Don Williams who is is Professor Emeritus of Toccoa Falls College. A border dweller, he stays permanently camped out on the borders between serious scholarship and pastoral ministry, theology and literature, Narnia and Middle-Earth. An ordained minister in The Evangelical Free Church of America, he has spent many years in pastoral ministry and many summers training local pastors in Uganda, Kenya, and India for Church Planting International. He is the author of thirteen books, including Ninety-Five Theses for a New Reformation: A Road Map for Post-Evangelical Christianity and more.
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