Impact 360 Institute Instructor
About the Instructor
Jonathan Morrow (D.Min) is a sought after speaker and teacher who has a gift for explaining challenging topics in ways the rest of us can understand. He is the author of several books including Questioning the Bible and Welcome to College and is an adjunct professor of apologetics at Biola University. Jonathan has earned master’s degrees in Philosophy of Religion and Theology as well as a Doctorate in Worldview and Culture from Talbot School of Theology at Biola University. As the Director of Cultural Engagement for Impact 360 Institute and the founder of ThinkChristianly.org, Jonathan speaks nationally on worldview, apologetics, and culture and is passionate about seeing a new generation of Christ-followers understand why they believe, what they believe. Follow on Twitter: @Jonathan_Morrow
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Welcome to EXPLORE TRUTH - For Groups
"There are many ways to God, so why do Christians think theirs is the only way? That’s SO narrow-minded..."
"Christians are arrogant, intolerant bigots who think they’re right and everyone else is wrong."
"People should be free to believe and live however they want as long as they don’t hurt anybody."
Those are pervasive ideas in today’s culture. None of them are new, but they’re growing in popularity—even making their way into the pews and choir lofts of evangelical churches. That makes it more important than ever to know how to think critically about them, find out whether they’re true or not, and know how to respond when you hear them. In this course we give you the tools you need to do all that, and to stand as a beacon of truth in an increasingly secular world.
What Your Group Will Learn:
Author and sought-after teacher Jonathan Morrow will lead you through 7 info-packed sessions, with help from some leading Christian thinkers and speakers.When you’re done, you’ll have a much deeper understanding of why truth matters and how knowing truth can set you free to live with confidence. You’ll each be fully prepared to help others around you break free from the riptide of relativism.
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Great for Groups
Explore Truth works for groups of all sizes. Your Sunday School class, community group, or even your whole church can watch each session together and then discuss (using the included study guide materials), or each participant can watch the study ahead of time and bring questions and comments to a group meeting. Because all of the materials are found online (and accessible from any mobile device), it’s no problem to add people to your group even partway in—they can easily go back and re-watch missed sessions to catch themselves up.
How a group license works: Your group leader selects a license based on the number of participants. When they purchase it, that person receives a series of coupon codes to distribute to group members. Each participant can log in and receive the materials themselves, or the group can go through the study together.
What People Are Saying
"Explore Truth is a smart and user-friendly portal into the big questions, pushing through real-world struggles to sound reasons for hope. Jonathan integrates great thinkers, historic and scientific evidence and artistry to bring questions and answers to life. A treasure.”--Kelly Monroe Kullberg, author, Finding God at Harvard; founder, The Veritas Forum
"Explore Truth is a biblically faithful and engaging guide for Christians looking to be truthful and loving witnesses in their culture. New believers, old saints, and curious seekers will all benefit from the winsomely presented and gospel-centered worldview in these pages.”--Russell Moore, President, Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention