Tag Archives: Christian living

The Danger of Treating the Word “Disciple” as a Noun Instead of a Verb

In my last post, I wrote about why Christian discipleship is critical to Christian survival. While I was typing the article in Microsoft Word, I used the verb, “discipling” several times. Each time I typed it, the program’s spell-check feature underlined it to warn me about an errant term. The …

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Why Christian Discipleship Is Critical to Christian Survival

Just before leaving the disciples, Jesus gathered them together and commissioned them with an important task. He told them, “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the …

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Why You Need to Be A Christian Case Maker (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #14)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner makes the case for why all of us, as Christians, need to take the additional step and become Christian Case Makers. What does it mean to be an “apologist”? Why should it matter to us? How can we avoid being …

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The Importance of Community for Christian Case Makers

Over the years I’ve had the opportunity to speak to (and train) a number of Christian apologetics clubs on the campuses of high schools and universities across the country. One student I’ve trained over the past four years recently graduated high school and is now leading an apologetics group at …

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Why the First Part of the Greatest Commandment Is Even More Important Than the Second

I was an atheist for the first thirty-five years of my life. While I was a committed (and often aggressive) non-believer, most people who knew me would probably have described me as a “nice guy”. My behavior wasn’t all that different than many of my Christian friends. I worked with …

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