Big Questions: Developing a Christ-Centered Apologetic
is a six-session apologetic study designed to equip students to think biblically and apologetically about some of today’s toughest topics relating to the Christian faith. Bringing in some of today’s leading Christian apologists to contribute—William Lane Craig, J.P. Moreland, Sean McDowell, and Craig Hazen—
takes students to another level of being able to explain why they believe what they believe. Questions relating to doubts, evidence for God’s existence, the relationship between science and Christianity, the existence of world religions, the problem of evil and suffering, and how to live apologetically in the world today are covered throughout the study, all for the purpose of not only strengthening a student’s faith, but to help that student defend and commend the faith to others.
Session 1: What Do I Do With My Doubts?
Session 2: Does God Really Exist?
Session 3: Is There Conflict Between Faith and Science?
Session 4: What About Other World Religions?
Session 5: Why Is There Evil and Suffering in the World?
Session 6: How Can We Live Apologetically Today?
- Six sessions
- Student book (with leader guide pages in the back)
- Recommended one book per group participant
Andy McLean serves as the editor for
The Gospel Project for Students
at LifeWay Christian Resources in Nashville, Tennessee. A life-long learner in the areas of theology and apologetics, Andy has earned a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in religion, a Master of Divinity (MDiv) in apologetics from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Science and Religion from Biola University, a Master of Theology (Th.M) in Philosophy of Religion from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and is currently working toward a Ph.D in Systematic Theology from the University of Aberdeen.
In addition to working in Christian publishing, Andy has been actively involved in student ministry in various capacities over the past 15 years, whether it be on staff at a church or teaching in the high school classroom. No matter the venue, it has always been Andy’s desire to not only help students develop a God-centered worldview, but to also equip students to winsomely explain their worldview to others.
Andy and his wife, Sarah, have four children, Isaac, Caleb, Timothy, and Tobias.