Youth (7th-12th grade)

Youth (7th-12th grade)

Why Do You Believe What You Believe?
There comes a season for most Christians when personal faith is challenged by doubts and questions. Whether these doubts come from a place of loss and suffering or from listening to a skeptic raise an objection, they come nonetheless. And unless faith is grounded in something more than emotion, we will struggle to effectively deal with our doubts or see them as an opportunity to grow in our commitment to Christ.

Big Questions: Developing a Christ-Centered Apologetic is a six-session study designed to equip students to think biblically and apologetically about some of the toughest topics relating to the Christian faith. With contributions from some of today’s leading Christian apologists, author Andy McLean takes students to a deeper level of being able to understand and defend why they believe what they believe.

QUESTIONS THROUGHOUT THE STUDY INCLUDE:
      1. What Do I Do With My Doubts?
      2. Does God Really Exist?
      3. Is There Conflict Between Faith and Science?
      4. What About Other World Religions?
      5. Why Is There Evil and Suffering in the World?
      6. How Can We Live Apologetically Today?