What does Rhett say about life on earth?
Rhett echoed that he’s more interested in what happens during his life on earth: “It’s not so much what happens after you die, but what happens while you’re alive.”. Demas traded eternal hope for earthly treasure. Rhett echoed that he’s more interested in what happens during his life on earth.
What did Demas trade for?
Demas traded eternal hope for earthly treasure. Rhett echoed that he’s more interested in what happens during his life on earth. Paul wrote in 2 Corinthians 2:14–16 that through his missionary work, Christ spreads the fragrance of the knowledge of himself.
How many books did Rhett read?
When Rhett says he’s read all the Ravi Zacharias books and found them uncompelling, the church kid probably won’t even bother with more than 30 books, containing decades worth of complex and carefully thought-out arguments that have been tested by time, debate, and rigorous scholarship.
What book did Neil Postman write about the future?
Around the time I was nursing a wounded ego for being stood up by the Ricky Schroder fan club, Neil Postman made a prediction in his 1985 book, Amusing Ourselves to Death. Postman posited that in the future, we would be oppressed not by an outside force like “Big Brother” in George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984.
What questions did Rhett and Link ask?
For Rhett, it started with questions relating to science, the age of the earth, and evolution. It morphed into doubts surrounding biblical reliability, the historicity of the resurrection, and the general idea of hell and judgment. But as both Rhett and Link recounted, there was something brewing underneath the intellectual questions.
What is the sad reality of deconversion?
The sad reality is that, for the deconverted, disbelief isn’t sufficient . These apostles of unbelief are on a mission to help others deconstruct with the same evangelistic zeal they learned from their previous tribe. But as Christians we should be encouraged to remember that for every Rhett and Link, there’s a Lee Strobel, a J. Warner Wallace, a Holly Ordway, a C. S. Lewis, and a Rosaria Butterfield who tested their beliefs against the evidence, and found their atheism wanting. With the help of the Holy Spirit, they became convinced that Christianity is true as they gazed deeply at Christ’s beauty. They loved not the things of the world, but repented of their sin and put all their hope and trust in him. Christians today must be ready to provide a compelling defense for Christ—and even play some offense —as we demonstrate an alternative story to deconversion.
What does the fragrance of Christ’s knowledge of himself smell like?
To some, it smells like beauty and life; to others, it smells like death.
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