Have you ever doubted what you believe?

I mean, really doubted?

I can still remember when that happened in my life. It was my freshman year at UNC-Chapel Hill as I was sitting in a religion class on the New Testament. The professor was bright, funny, and persuasive. And he was arguing that the New Testament was chocked full of mistakes and contradictions.

As I sat there, I had no answers. I began to wonder whether Christianity was just something people made up.

By God’s grace, I persevered through those doubts and now have the privilege to be a professor who argues that the Bible can be trusted. But there are many other college students each year who have the same experience as mine. They hear challenges to what they believe and they wonder if there are answers.

Series Overview

What to Expect

RTS Charlotte is launching a new weekly video series that addresses some of the most potent attacks on the Christian faith. In the videos, I offer reminders and encouragement that, even if you do not have the answers right away, the answers are there. It is based on my forthcoming book, Surviving Religion 101: Letters to a Christian Student on Keeping the Faith in College (Crossway; releases April 6, 2021).

While this video series is certainly applicable to college students, it is really for any Christian who wants to be equipped to answer the most difficult questions about the Christian faith.

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About Dr. Michael J. Kruger

Michael J. Kruger is president of Reformed Theological Seminary’s Charlotte, North Carolina, campus, where he also serves as professor of New Testament.

He is the author of Christianity at the Crossroads: How the Second Century Shaped the Future of the Church (IVP Academic, 2018) and Canon Revisited: Establishing the Origins and Authority of the New Testament Books (Crossway, 2012). He blogs regularly at Canon Fodder.