How Should I Respond When Someone Offers a Thoughtful Objection to Christianity?

How Should I Respond When Someone Offers a Thoughtful Objection to Christianity?

How Should I Respond When Someone Offers a Thoughtful Objection to Christianity?

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Does the ability to provide a thoughtful objection or response to a Christian claim mean that Christianity isn’t true? How are we to respond to such objections? Detective Jimmy Wallace (J. Warner’s son) tackles these questions as part of his Incarnate Investigation Video Series.

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9 thoughts on “How Should I Respond When Someone Offers a Thoughtful Objection to Christianity?

  1. mark mooney

    Interesting vid thanks for sharing …… I just put my point the best I can when I'm asked but some people will never agree no matter what….I pray for those people but love them still.
    God bless
    Gilly wife of Mark

    February 11, 2022 at 4:11 am Reply
  2. Jerry W

    Jimmy I have a few questions, why are you still homeless? Won't your dad let you in to his house? Why do you live in a car? And why did you cut that beautiful hair? It made you look so studious. 🙃

    February 11, 2022 at 4:11 am Reply
  3. Steve Hughes

    Great advice.

    February 11, 2022 at 4:11 am Reply
  4. Praise Anyanegbu

    Really well put. If we can come to an argument with an open mind we will be a lot more open to the evidence. It will also help to sharpen our critical thinking skills which will then improve our ability to reason.

    February 11, 2022 at 4:11 am Reply
  5. Box Elder

    I used to be right most of the time. Then I got married and discovered that I am only right about 4 times a year.

    February 11, 2022 at 4:11 am Reply
  6. AlphaMegaRadio Podcast

    Good video, bro. A good question, too. I believe a lot of us feel that way sometimes. You nailed the crux of the issue when you said "win" the argument. Even with our best intentions, that can sometimes become our focus. However, the primary goal of apologetics in ministry isn't to win arguments per say, but rather to contend for the faith, and to use these tools to spur a person's mind to take in what's presented and to think about it deeply (and hopefully rationally); to "plant seeds." We don't need to feel the need to "win." God will water those seeds 🙂 God Bless!

    February 11, 2022 at 4:11 am Reply
  7. Lenasgarden

    I have huge admiration for those people who present and maintain a neutral demeanor in presenting the gospel. Think about the masses of people who didn’t receive the Truth from the Son himself.

    February 11, 2022 at 4:11 am Reply
  8. Acts 1915

    I'm simply not suited for debate. I'll talk & share, but public debates? Nope

    February 11, 2022 at 4:11 am Reply
  9. Nunya Biz

    Thank you for this.

    February 11, 2022 at 4:11 am Reply

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