Later this year we have a short three-lesson series called, “3 Big Questions” (“3BQ”).
We will tackle three common objections to the Christian faith. In doing so, I hope that we will be better equipped to talk about our faith in a way that reveals it to be “true and reasonable” (Acts 26:25). 

“Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have.” (1 Peter 3:15 NIV11)

I’m trailing this now because I’d like to know what you think the three big questions are.

What do people say to you as their biggest objections to or confusions with Christianity? I imagine the 3BQs could include things like, “I can’t believe in a God who allows suffering”.  Or there again, “If Christianity was true there wouldn’t be so many denominations.”

These are good questions, but are they the BIG questions?  Please let me know what you are actually, really hearing at the evangelism coalface.

The series does not begin until June. But we want to make the classes as effective as possible, thus lengthy and detailed preparation is anticipated. Because of this, please give me your responses by the end of April.

Many thanks and God bless, Malcolm