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Editor’s note: This is a pretty solid apologetics series.

IDK is a 3-week series that takes an honest look at 3 tough questions people often ask about God and Christianity. This series attempts to answer questions that your students will be faced with. In addition, these messages will help Christian students have insightful conversations with friends who doubt Christianity.

In Week 1, we examine the question “How can I know God exists?” We look to Scripture but also to common philosophical answers that a student can comprehend. Key Scriptures: Psalm 53:1, Romans 1:18¬¬¬–20, Psalm 14:1

In Week 2, we examine the question “Can I know the Bible is true?” Here, we look at the historical accuracy of the Bible. Key Scriptures: 2 Peter 1:16–18, Luke 1:1–4, Isaiah 7:14, Micah 5:2, Matthew 5:17–18, 2 Timothy 3:16

In Week 3, we study the question “Can God be good and allow suffering?” We look at the purpose of suffering and suggest some answers that point to God's character. Key Scriptures: Isaiah 55:8-9, Genesis 50:19–20, Romans 8:28–29, Romans 3:23, 1 Peter 3:18

This Resource Includes:
• 3 word-for-word manuscripts, all over 2,000 words
• 3 editable PowerPoint files
• Editable Photoshop graphics for weekly Social Media

Students ask tough questions about Christianity, and this resource will give them a deep and biblical framework for answering these questions.


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A 3-week series on big questions that Christians and non-Christians alike often ask about God's existence, the Bible, and suffering.
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Troy Solava

Troy is passionate about helping students understand God's Word and see the beauty of the Gospel. He is currently a pastor in Wisconsin. He is married to his out of his league wife, Lindsay and father to Haddon.

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Free Ebook by Doug Fields

There are plenty of people who are grateful that you do what you do. Your students are, their families are, and your church is, even though they may not say it often enough. I want to say thanks on behalf of them, and model the way we need to be saying thanks to the leaders that serve alongside us—in ten different ways—through this ebook.

Thank YOU!