Sharing from Scripture in a Post-Modern World

Page 1


In this training post, Tom Davis, from Word of Life Fellowship  encourages sound apologetics that answer several post-modern claims. Specifically, he teaches that pluralism is best combated by simply getting people into reading the Bible.

Dr. Tom Davis is the Academic Dean and a professor at Word of Life Bible Institute.



In this clip, Tom is suggesting an apologetic approach that leads people to read Scripture for themselves.  He said that we can do this using probabilities, word studies and grammar.

Have you ever had a difficult time sharing your faith with a person who doesn't believe in absolute truth? What's is the hardest time you have ever had telling someone the gospel?
Log In to Continue

Where have you seen Jesus followers fall prey to today's worldly philosophy? What can the church do to fight against the tendency of some in the church to accept the world's pluralism?
Log In to Continue

Read Philippians 1:9–11. What is the relationship between careful study of God's word and genuine sincerity?
Log In to Continue


Jesus is the truth. As Christians, we have to embrace absolute truth, and we need to be able to defend it. Remember that pointing people to Jesus and to Scripture is much more effective than anything we can prove.


Tom said that there are good word study books that can help you to understand some of the original connotations of words in the Scriptures. If you are interested in this area of study, Mounce's Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words is a good user-friendly resource for non-experts in the original languages.

For more RightNow Media training posts and teaching videos with Tom Davis, click here.