Love God with all your Mind
Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength. -Mark 12:30 (NIV)
Intelligent Faith's mission is to defend and proclaim biblical truth around the world. We accomplish this through teaching, speaking, and writing to train followers of Jesus how to love God with all our mind and persuade non-believers that Christianity is true. We are committed to preparing believers “to give an answer for the reason for the hope that we have.” (1 Peter 3:15)
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John Stewart is a lawyer, Christian apologist, author, and award-winning radio personality. His newest book, In Defense of the Gospels: The Case for Reliability, is available now on Amazon or through our store.
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In 2016 I contemplated writing a book on the reliability of the Bible. It seems that many people have misconceptions about the Bible, including who the writers were, what it says, and whether today’s Bible accurately reflects what was originally written.
I challenge you to try to read the New Testament apologetically, looking for the evidence and reasons given by Jesus and the biblical writers for believing that Jesus is the Way to God. I trust that the truth of the Gospel will jump from the pages and encourage you to step out and share the evidence when opportunities arise.
The Bible contains words that are presented as spoken directly from God. In other places the biblical writers record what they believe God revealed directly to them. In addition, the remainder of the Bible is considered by many to be inspired by God. Thus, the Bible is often referred to as the “Word of God.”
Although I’ve taught for years about the deity of Jesus, this was a special opportunity to speak to Muslims who have only heard what their polemicists have told them, namely that Jesus is not God, and that the Bible has been corrupted.
It is clear to me that the transgender battle lines are being drawn in the United States, with President Obama and the progressives on one side, churches on the other, and even many normally-indifferent Americans speaking out against allowing men into girl’s bathrooms and locker rooms because they “feel” like women.
False rumors and urban legends are not new phenomena, but with the advent of the Internet, there is now no end to weird, strange, and often demonstrably false claims. Such is the case when a friend gave me a copy of a note provided by a skeptic.
Last year I had the privilege of helping organize the first Intelligent Faith Conference in Cedar Rapids, Iowa (about three hours from where I live). The event was such a success that now it is an annual event.
I recently returned from my teaching trip to Kenya and Uganda. As I am recovering from jet lag, I wanted to share with you a recent email from our dear friend in Uganda who set up a radio interview for me and all my teaching opportunities in Uganda.
Arthur Magezi and I were driven in a beat-up car to the bush outside Kamuli, to an area called Makanga. It took one hour on marginal dirt roads to reach the Makanga, and we passed several small villages along the way. When we arrived at the church, I was not totally surprised at what I saw.