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WHI-996 | Contending for the Faith, Part 2

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On this edition of the White Horse Inn, the hosts continue to explore the topic of "Contending for the Faith," as they take questions from the live audience in Southern California. Questions include: are we simply assuming the truthfulness of Scripture since we can't interview the eyewitnesses of Christ's resurrection; what should churches do to encourage evangelism in our time; and can our testimonies be seen as evidence of the gospel's truthfulness.

On this edition of the White Horse Inn, the hosts continue to explore the topic of "Contending for the Faith," as they take questions from the live audience in Southern California. Questions include: are we simply assuming the truthfulness of Scripture since we can't interview the eyewitnesses of Christ's resurrection; what should churches do to encourage evangelism in our time; and can our testimonies be seen as evidence of the gospel's truthfulness.





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