Should Christianity’s Differences Be Debated Indiscriminately?

By - December 3, 2018

A skeptic once asked Kenneth Samples, “Why should I seriously consider Christian truth claims when Christianity is so deeply divided?” Kenneth believes that Christians should focus on our commonalities—rather than our differences—when having discussions in front of non-Christians. But isn’t fighting for the “right beliefs” important? Kenneth joins the host of Afternoons with Bill Arnold to discuss best practices when engaging in Christian “hot button” topics.

This interview is uncut and unedited as it originally aired on December 3, 2018 on Afternoons with Bill Arnold. Opinions and third party advertisements in this recording were selected and placed by the original owners and do not necessarily reflect the beliefs of Reasons to Believe.

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