It’s easy to critique a worldview when you don’t understand it in its correct context. In order to see if a worldview makes sense, you have to critique it from within the same worldview. This is not what happens most of the time. In this week’s podcast I give two examples to help you properly understand what I mean. Greg Koukl explained this important principle on the Unbelievable? Podcast with Justin Brierley and I applied it to a conversation that I had on the resurrection.
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Ryan Pauly is the founder and president of Think Well. He speaks around the country, hosts conversations on YouTube, and teaches Historical Christian Doctrine and Apologetics, Comparative Religions and Worldviews, and Philosophy of Ethics at a Southern California High School. He is field guide for the MAVEN immersive experiences and is a Stand to Reason affiliate. Ryan holds a Master's degree in Christian apologetics from Biola University, a certificate in science apologetics from the Reasons Institute, and is working on his doctorate in ministry from Talbot School of Theology. Ryan discusses a wide range of apologetics and cultural issues relating to students through writing, videos, speaking, podcast, and radio.