Take advantage of the quarantine to learn more about the case for God’s existence, the reliability of the Bible and the nature of the Christian worldview
In this clip from a Q&A Session at the 2018 NRBtv Defending Truth Conference, J. Warner Wallace answers a question related to hypocrisy and its impact on our ability to share the Gospel with our friends and family members. Other panelists include Ravi Zacharias, Frank Turek, and Stuart McAllister.
It is possible to live a life of integrity once we understand the true nature of “hypocrisy”. There are millions of Christians who strive daily to be more like the Master. They will fail on occasion, but this does not mean they are hypocrites.
1. What do people typically mean when they talk about “hypocrisy”? Can you think of areas in your own life where you have recently failed to meet the standard you claim to follow?
2. Why should all Christians expect to fail on occasion?
3. What is the key difference between the nature of moral failure prior to becoming a Christian and after becoming a Christian?
4. Why are Christians more likely to be called hypocrites than non-believers?
5. Who in your life would benefit from an apology or admission of hypocrisy on your part? How might you engage this person to talk about the nature of sin and the standard of God?
Download all the Quarantine Questionnaires HERE. The PDF files have active hyperlinks you can use to access the videos and the articles, and you can print them to complete your responses!
For more information about the reliability of the New Testament gospels and the case for Christianity, please read Cold-Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels. This book teaches readers ten principles of cold-case investigations and applies these strategies to investigate the claims of the gospel authors. The book is accompanied by an eight-session Cold-Case Christianity DVD Set (and Participant’s Guide) to help individuals or small groups examine the evidence and make the case.