Guest article written by Michael Otto about the talk given by Christian Apologist and Author, Mary Jo Sharp, titled: “Encountering the Problem of Evil in Everyday Conversation.” Mary Jo was keynote speaker for the 2018 series of Thinking Matters – Confident Christianity Conferences.
While it is exciting to see the contemporary resurgence of apologetics in the academy and among our youth, it is worth pondering which segments of society remain neglected and what we can do to promote and support the practice of apologetics in these areas.
Given this, it’s encouraging to see that Brian Auten is this week hosting a series of essays by members of the International Society of Women in Apologetics on the subject of women and apologetics. The discipline of apologetics isn’t something normally associated with women and that needs to change – after all, the apostle Peter’s injunction applies to all people.
Follow the series on the Apologetics315 blog here. Be sure to also check out the ISWA website here and find out how you can support the work of rising women apologists such as Sarah Ankenman and Mary Jo Sharp.
The Acts 17 Apologetics blog, Answering Muslims, has uploaded and posted video from the recent debate between Mary Jo Sharp and Tabasum Hussain. The debate was held in Ontario, Canada and compared the Bible and the Qur’an’s views of women.
Mary Jo Sharp holds a M.A. in Christian Apologetics with honours from Biola University and is a Certified Apologetics Instructor with the North American Mission Board (Southern Baptist Convention). Check out her website Confident Christianity here and her blog here. Last year, she debated the topic “Was Jesus Crucified” with Ehteshaam Gulam.
The video for this debate is in four parts.
Second Rebuttals and Q and A:
(HT: Stand to Reason)