Apologetics Resource: What Would You Say?

Since September 2019, the Colson Center for Christian Worldview has been producing a series of 5 minute videos under the title: “What Would You Say?”

Ranging from topics such as abortion, the Bible, apologetics, culture, family, economics, and theology, these videos provide “Quick answers to hard questions about gender, race, identity, equality, justice, and more. In a world where “truth” seems to change every five minutes, What Would You Say? gives you quick answers for today’s hardest questions.”

Here is a sampling of just some of the almost 100 videos:

These videos as the Colson Center describes them:

help you navigate today’s tricky cultural assumptions with clarity, confidence, and courage. – Fast answers to hard questions. We do the research and get you the answers you’re looking for—distilled so you can get them quickly. – Practical help for real conversations. Most of the time, you’re not trying to beat somebody—you’re trying to understand the world, or serve a friend. What Would You Say? videos are designed to help.

Providing a range of topics for quick consumption, this is a great resource for cultural apologetics for relevant issues Christians are facing today. Highly recommended.

By J. Steve Lee

J. Steve Lee has taught Apologetics for over a decade at Prestonwood Christian Academy. He also has taught World Religions and Philosophy at Mountain View College in Dallas. With a degree in history and education from the UNT, Steve continued his formal studies at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary w/ an M.A. in philosophy of religion and has pursued doctoral studies at the UT-Dallas. He is finishing his dissertation at South African Theological Seminary. He has published several articles for the Apologetics Study Bible for Students (B&H Publishing, 2010) as well as articles & reviews in various periodicals including Philosophia Christi, Hope’s Reason: A Journal of Apologetics, and the Areopagus Journal.

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