Who is Alan Shlemon?

Alan Shlemon of Stand to Reason will soon be joining us in New Zealand to partner with us, and enjoy some legendary kiwi hospitality!

But wait I hear you ask… “Who is Alan Shlemon?”

To meet the man, watch this video, and to find out more, visit his page.

8 replies
  1. Greg
    Greg says:

    Fine self promotion in model of any commercial advertisement.

    Regarding the scriptural admonition to be ALWAYS ready to provide and answer to ANY, how do you quantify that? I’ve been told that Greg Kokl can’t or won’t answer email inquiries, with the excuse that “even Jesus went away in private when the crowds came.”

    Do you think any Christian apologetics organization can justly open its doors or publish on the internet if it is not prepared to answer any who inquire? 8-7-2018

  2. Greg
    Greg says:

    The use of a game piece, even from chess, is a poorly considered logo or icon for anything to do with God or God’s love. – Don’t you think so?

  3. Greg
    Greg says:

    Your page would be more truly accessible if you didn’t force people to watch a video to obtain basic answers about who Mr. Shlemon is. A simple text post would make it clear. (Especially as you exclude the hundreds of million Deaf and Hard of Hearing from access to your video due to failure to offer captions/subtitles)

    What is his training? his education? was he converted to Christianity late in life? What is his “testimony”? How old is he? Does he have any prior experience training or teaching people? What subject(s)? How long?

  4. Greg
    Greg says:

    Regarding Thinking Matters statement of purposes “Transform Culture with the truth of Christianity.” – What a typical crock of regurgitated, popular churchianity, unGodly, non-scriptural vomit. God commanded us to love, and the mature Christians to teach all nations of Christ’s love. The contemporary protestant church has adopted and syncretized too much worldly self aggrandizement. Your group appears to be little different.

  5. Rodney
    Rodney says:

    We can’t answer for Greg Koukl. But I suspect with the attitude you have Greg, he is well within his rights to not respond to you.

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