Reading Suggestions

Apologetics and Theology

I sometimes get teased that my relaxing reading is no different from my work reading. That does not bother me one bit! I asked some people about their reading plans and apparently I’m not unique […]

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Top Ten Books I Read in 2015

I love reading books and I’m thankful that I have been blessed with a great library. Here are the top ten books that I read in 2015. I hope you get a sense of the […]

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10 Canadian Apologetic Resources You Need

Apologetics and Theology

Today is Canada Day and so I thought I would highlight some resources with a Canadian connection. Canada has made some significant contributions to apologetics ministry. Some of the books I will share are either […]

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Thinking? Review

The Church has been blessed in recent years with some excellent apologetic resources. A great addition to these is Andy Steiger’s new book, Thinking? Answering Life’s Five Biggest Questions. Steiger is a missionary, an American missionary […]

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Why is Apologetics Important?

Apologetics and Theology

I recently asked some people why they thought apologetics was important. This is what they said. “The question isn’t: do you have an apologetic? Everybody does. The question is simply: is it a good one?” – Andy […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Recommended Blog Posts: Is Apologetics Biblical? – Andy Steiger The Deity of Christ in the Gospel of Mark – Jonathan McLatchie David Hume on the Observability of Causation – Thomas Rauchenstein The Origin of the Idea of God […]

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Apologetics Canada Conference 2013

I am very much interested in the apologetics activity that is taking place in Canada and so I am pleased to share with you information about the Apologetics Canada Conference that is taking place March […]

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