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In this episode of Your Worldview Minute, we’ll be talking about how to respond when people say that Christians shouldn’t be judgmental. What did Jesus mean (and not mean) when he tells us not to judge? What was Jesus against? As you will see, context matters!
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Go Deeper >> A Quick Response the “Who are You to Judge” Objection
Do Christians ever outgrow the Gospel? I mean isn’t the Gospel what you heard in Sunday school or vacation Bible school when you were a kid? Surely we are beyond that now right? Nope–not if we really understand how wonderful and radical the Gospel truly is.
As we begin the new year, let’s start out by focusing on Jesus. After all, there is no Christianity without him. Theology–what we believe about God–matters. Why? Because it shapes our life.
If we as Christians want to have the courage to stand in our post-Christian culture we need to become more theological–not less.
Now is not the time for a failure of nerve on our part. Now is the time for courage. To know what we believe and why. And then train others to do the same (2 Tim.2:2). In that spirit, let’s reflect on the Great love of God in which we now stand (see Romans 5:1-11).