"When Christians are willing to reduce religion to noncognitive categories, unconnected to questions of truth or evidence, then we have already lost the battle."* Please reread that last sentence
You see, if Christianity does not rise to the level of being true or false then it has been removed completely from the cognitive realm. If something can't be false, then it can't be true either. And rational investigation or justification fly out the window too. If we in the American church don't get this and teach it to the next generation, then Christians will be increasingly marginalized in a secular culture. But worse still, this unbiblical notion will sap us of our confidence to live as if Christianity were actually true because confidence and knowledge go hand and hand. I go into more detail on how this plays out in our lives and in the broader culture here
*Nancy Pearcey, Total Truth.
Think Christianly with Jonathan Morrow
Labels: Apologetics, Think Christianly, Truth, Worldview