What to Say When Christianity is Blamed for Residential Schools

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What if someone approached you and asked, “How can Christianity be good? Look at the oppression committed by Christianity in the residential schools tragedies!”

What would you say? How do we as Christians respond to an emotionally charged challenge like this? We can’t get away from it.

In this excerpt from a live event, Scott covers

  • Ways to think through the question, including the underlying key issue behind the question
  • A practical conversation scenario to help you prepare for a response in real life
  • Suggested pointers for steering the conversation towards Christ and the gospel

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