What If I Can’t Answer Questions about My Faith?

Michael J. Kruger

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January 20, 2021

Last week I began a new blog series in anticipation of my forthcoming book, Surviving Religion 101: Letters to a Christian Student on Keeping the Faith in College (Crossway, 2021). This new series will include 7 videos that tackle key intellectual questions about the Christian faith.

This week’s video deals with one of those things we all fear as Christians: “What if get asked a question that I can’t answer?”

For college students, this may happen in the classroom or in conversations with fellow students.  For others it may happen in the workplace, at family gatherings, or even in conversations with your non-Christian neighbor.

And when it happens, you get that sick feeling in your stomach. You may feel silly or embarrassed. Or you might doubt what you believe, wondering whether there is an answer to the question you’ve been asked.

Well, we’ve all been there. In this video below, I lay out some thoughts about how to respond. Enjoy!

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