Our church is currently doing a class on evangelism and we recently worked through some of the things necessary to keep in mind when sharing our faith. It was a useful talk and especially relevant to what we do as apologists (maybe even more so). [soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/137268296″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&visual=false” width=”100%” height=”150″ iframe=”true” /] Outline 1. Love […]
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Jason is one of the editors at TM.
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“The bulk of the book is devoted to exploring how the energy present in otherwise empty space, together with the laws of physics, might have given rise to the universe as it exists today. This is at first treated as if it were highly relevant to the question of how the universe might have come […]
Ravi Zacharias recently spoke to students and faculty at the University of Pennsylvania. The topic of the forum was “Is Truth Real? A Conversation on Science, Ethics, and Philosophy”. Ravi was joined for the Q and A with Nabeel Qureshi.
Gary Gutting talks to Alvin Plantinga about the evidence for atheism.
Next month, a discussion group kicks off in Auckland to consider Richard Dawkins’ book The God Delusion and Has Science Buried God? by John Lennox. The group will meet on Monday evenings and include a mixture of discussion and clips from the debates between Lennox and Dawkins. Here are the full details: Format: DVD screening […]
For resources about this subject, visit Reasonable Faith’s Kalam Cosmological Argument page.
Paul Helm explores Rob Lister’s claim in God is Impassible and Impassioned that God exists in two modes.
Adam Omelianchuk offers a simple illustration from Jason Stanley to show why the answer is no.
Much of Western culture assumes that science and faith are foes, that faith and scientific naiveté go hand in hand, and that science has disproved the Bible and made faith irrelevant if not completely indefensible and undesirable. Come and hear Dr. C. John Collins explain why faith and science are actually friends, how good faith […]
What is the Bible? What authority if any does the Bible have in the 21st Century? How should the Bible shape the life of the Church and individual believers? Our approach to Scripture is fundamental to our ability to understand who God is and what he has to say to us. Come and hear Dr. […]
The folks at Stand to Reason have launched a crisp new website for their apologetic ministry: http://www.str.org/ You can also register to stream their anniversary conference (speakers include Greg Koukl, J.P. Moreland, Sean McDowell, Brett Kunkle, Mary Jo Sharp and more) here.
Radio New Zealand host Kim Hill recently discussed New Atheism, faith, falsification, and much more with professor of mathematics and philosopher of science John Lennox. It’s an excellent interview. Listen to it via stream or download it here. If you haven’t already checked out Lennox’s new website, make sure you do.
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We do this through training in apologetics, worldview, culture, and evangelism.
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