NextLevel Online: Apologetics

Session 9: Scandal

This session explains that there are some things about Christianity that are a scandal to many people today. Chad argued that Christianity is not anti-progress, but has actually led to progress whenever it is introduced into a culture.



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Classroom Instructions

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  • What is the problem with rejecting Christianity because it has occasionally led to violence?

  • Chad argued that Christianity is not anti-progress, but has actually led to progress whenever it is introduced into a culture. Can you think of any specific examples of this?

  • What is the difference between science and scientism? As Christians, what should be our relationship with science?

  • Reflect on why religion might need science and why science might need religion.

  • The title of this session is “Scandal.” The idea is that there are some things about Christianity that are a scandal to many people today. How do we respond when someone says that religious belief and Christianity in particular are just out of date and should be cast aside?

About NextLevel Online

The vision of Ozark Christian College is to glorify God by evangelizing the lost and edifying Christians worldwide. The mission of Ozark Christian College is to train men and women for Christian service as a degree-granting institution of biblical higher education.