Identifying the two main types of doubt, and beating them!
Ronnie is an adjunct instructor for Liberty University Online in Lynchburg, VA and for Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ. He teaches courses in theology, Christian worldview, philosophy, and biblical studies. Ronnie also attends Liberty University where he’s working on a PhD in Theology and Apologetics.
In addition to academic work, Ronnie is involved at his local church, Blue-ridge Community Church, where he serves on the teaching team for a discipleship ministry called TruthWorks. He has been on mission trips both internationally and locally to places like India, Thailand, Mexico, and several places in the United States.
Ronnie enjoys working with youth and has served as youth minister for two congregations. He is passionate about teaching and training others to think theologically about all of life. Ronnie regularly blogs on topics related to theology, apologetics, and worldview at http://www.translatingfaith.blogspot.com
Ronnie is married to Debbie. They have three kids and live in Gladys, VA.
Articles by Ronnie Campbell
Is it ok for Christians to have doubts about God?
In a world obsessed with 'getting my way', kindness seeks the good of others.
What does the Bible say to those of us who are worried?
What is theology? Why should I study it? Where do I begin?
God wants his followers to be faithful - like dogs!
Why goodness is important for Christians.
What are they? Do they still occur today? Why are they important?
Tired, stressed, in a hurry? Let God teach you how to be patient.
Unlike happiness, this fruit of the Spirit stays with you throughout the good and bad times.
We take a look at the first fruit of the Spirit in the life of believers.
Discover how God changes you from the inside out to become more like Jesus.
We take a look at different views on creation, and answer the question 'why does something exist rather than nothing'?
Does the Bible place much importance on evidence?
Do you need 100% certainty to have faith in God?
Part 2: Understanding your worldview, and those of your friends and family.
Part 1: Why your worldview impacts everything in your life.
How can we explain what it means to have three persons in one being?
How do we make sense of the Trinity?
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