Over at the STR Place Blog (the blog connected to our student site), we’ve been featuring a challenge once a week. We post a question from a reader, an objection from the web, a graphic making the rounds on Facebook, or some other popular challenge against Christianity and then give commenters an opportunity to put what they’re learning into practice by explaining how they would respond to that challenge. Then at the end of the week, we post a video response. You can see a list of the topics we’ve covered so far here.
Now we're closing down the STR Place Blog and folding it into this one, so we’re moving the challenges over here and will be posting a new one every other Tuesday. All you have to do is take a shot at it. Tell us how you would answer the challenge, and then Brett, Alan, or Greg will post a video response at the end of the week, and you can see how you did.
To start things off over here, here’s a post you may have seen on Facebook:
So here’s the challenge: What would you say to a friend who posted this on Facebook? Your answer can be an analysis of the ideas presented in this image, or thoughts about how best to approach this with your friend (what questions to ask, etc.), or both. In the case of this challenge, the second option is probably the more difficult one. How can you concisely and graciously address this challenge on a friend’s Facebook page?
We look forward to hearing your ideas! Make sure you check back later this week to see Alan's video response.