"How do you give a reason for the hope that you have when the people asking you aren’t interested in reason?"
It's a good question and an important one. We are, after all, called to always "be ready to give an answer for the hope that lies within, with gentleness and reverence" (I Peter 3:15)
Kevin DeYoung is on the front lines of the battle to give an answer that is faithful and true to the Word, and in todays featured post he relay's an encounter he had that highlights the challenge and need we face in this area.
This is a bit of an unusual post for this blog because we try to primarily put out posts that provide more answers and challenges. But, it can be hard to get a handle on the challenge ahead of us without examining it in real terms. This post was, to me, helpful in clarifying our challenge, thus my reason for passing it on. :-)
Here ye be!
Reasons for Reason