Walking in the Faith

Living Out Your Christian Faith in a Secular World



  1. old testament, new testament, Jesus, Deity of Christ, Walking in the Faith
    14 Oct, 2017
    Meet the New God, Same as the Old God
    I used to belong to a lot of different Facebook groups, mainly Christian groups. When I first started getting into Facebook debates about Christianity, I found it helpful to be able to solicit people in the group for help if I got stuck. As it turns out, the question I got asked the most by atheists is regarding the slaughter of the Canaanites, slavery, and generally anything people thought made the Old Testament God look like a bully. Now, I've read some books on the subject (Paul Copan's Is
  2. gospel, salvation, Walking in the Faith
    02 Aug, 2016
    What About Those Who Cannot Accept the Gospel?
    Unfortunately, the Bible is not always as black and white as we would like it to be on certain issues. I believe the Bible is clear on what Hank Hanegraaff would call "the main and plain" things, such as sin, salvation, the nature of God, etc. However, there are topics the Bible doesn't touch on, leaving Christians with questions to which we may not have a clear answer. I have a step-son who is seven but, mentally, he's about a year and half old. There is a possibility this will be his mental
  3. Forgiveness, Bible Study, Walking in the Faith
    21 Jul, 2016
    What About Forgiveness?
    For me, forgiveness is one of the hardest things about being a Christian. There are people in my life that make it difficult for me to forgive them and, to be honest, I feel like I would be perfectly happy going through life staying angry with them. Yeah, it doesn’t make sense to me either. Are there people in your life you haven’t forgiven? What does it mean to forgive? That is what we are going to look at today: Then Peter came and said to Him, "Lord, how often shall my brother sin against
  4. Pluralism, Apologetics, Walking in the Faith
    08 Jan, 2016
    Is God An Elephant?
    Some of you may have heard the parable that inspired the above image. It's the parable of six blind men (or blindfolded, depending on who's telling the story), each touching a different part of an elephant. One touches the elephant's ear and thinks it's a fan. Another touches the elephant's tusk and thinks it's a spear. The one who touches the elephant's tale, think it's a rope.  A fourth touches the elephant's leg and thinks it's a tree. The fifth touches the elephants trunk and thinks it's a