The Seven Habits of Highly Suppresive People with Bill Jack of Worldview Academy
Why do people reject the Bible as being reliable? To find out, Bill Jack and Rusty Carter went to a college campus and spread out on a bench all sorts of “wisdom” literature–everything from the Bible to the Koran, from textbooks to the Book of Mormon, from daily newspapers to the Vedas. As people passed by, Bill asked what one book they would choose to guide their lives. Inevitably as they scanned the bench, they would see the Bible and mention one of the five common objections which people list when claiming the Bible is unreliable.
Even when Bill gave answers to these objections, it did not change their minds because the Bible tells us that the real reason people reject God’s Word is found in Romans 1:18 — “they supress the truth in unrighteousness.” Romans 1:21-23 lists seven habits that people develop in supressing the truth. Bill and Rusty illustrate each of these “Seven Habits of Highly Suppressive People” through interviews with students on the college campus. The objections they gave are common, but the resulting discussions are startling. They demonstrate clearly just how non-Christians suppress the truth.
“Seven Habits of Highly Suppressive People” is valuable in training students and adults in Sunday school classes. Bible studies, Christian schools and home schools and home schools how to give a defense of their faith in gentleness and reverence. (1 Peter 3:15).