We will open the phones to take your questions on dealing with a prodigal child. Learn how to get rid of your parental guilt. Find out why asking your child for forgiveness is crucial while at the same time discovering how to forgive your child. This doesn’t negate the need to confront your child’s sin so what are some of the do’s and don’t of that kind of confrontation. This hour is designed to help you get back your strength and your peace while bringing your child back to God.
Contending for the Faith has never been so exciting or more challenging. Drawing on years of experience as a biblical scholar, our guest will address common objections to the Christian faith—the exclusivity of Christianity, Christian intolerance, homosexuality, hell, the problem of evil, science, miracles, and the reliability of the Bible. If you’re dealing with doubt or wrestling with objections to Christianity, this conversation will equip you to engage secular challenges with intellectual honesty, compassion, and confidence—and ultimately grow more confident in Christ with your faith intact.
David E. Clark, PH.D., is a Christian psychologist, popular speaker, and successful author. Through his Bible-based teaching and therapy, he guides people toward healthy lives, marriages, and families. Since 1986, Dr. Clarke has been in full-time private practice in Tampa, Florida, where he has worked extensively with individuals, couples, and families in crisis. Through his entertaining and practical seminars, he presents God's truth in the areas of emotional well-being, relationship building, and development of parenting skills. He is the author of fifteen books, including I Don't Want a Divorce, My Spouse Wants Out, and I Don't Love You Anymore. He is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary and Western Conservative Baptist Seminary.
Dr. Michael J. Kruger serves as the President and Samuel C. Patterson Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at the Charlotte campus of Reformed Theological Seminary. He earned his Ph.D. under one of the world’s leading text-critical scholars, Larry W. Hurtado, at the University of Edinburgh, where he researched a parchment fragment of an apocryphal gospel, P.Oxy. 840. He graduated summa cum laude with a M.Div. from Westminster Seminary California, and received his B.S. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is one of the leading scholars today in the study of the origins of the New Testament, particularly the development of the New Testament canon.