Secular thinking

Written by Mike Riddle

Mike is the founder and president of Creation Training Initiative. He is an international speaker and teacher on biblical creation, apologetics, and Christian education. He has been involved in creation apologetics for over 40 years.

February 6, 2020

Secular thinking (evolutionism and moral relativism) creates many challenges for youth ministry. Are the youth in your church being taught how to answer the following 11 challenges?

  1. How can the first chapter of Genesis be true if evolution is a fact?
  2. How can we call God good when He allows so much suffering?
  3. How can we claim the Bible is true when other religions make the same claim about their religion book?
  4. How do you fit dinosaurs into the Bible?
  5. How can a church be relevant if they preach about sin, hell, and creation?
  6. Scientists have proven the Bible is wrong.
  7. There is no proof God exists.
  8. God could have used evolution.
  9. Truth is relative.
  10. Creation is not a salvation issue and it is not a primary doctrine.
  11. If the first three chapters of Genesis are not important or not real history, how can we explain why Jesus had to go to the cross?

Not having solid biblical answers to these challenges is a cause why many youth lack trust in the Bible.

If you would like training in these areas contact Creation Training Initiative (CTI).

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