Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related posts for you to check out. Adam and Eve and the Human Genome: An Interview with Dennis Venema – Apologetics Canada Was John’s Use of the Logos a Jewish Concept? – […]

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Top Five Experiences as an Apologist

Apologist

I have been involved in apologetics almost as long as I have had an adult faith. Apologetics is simply providing reasons for belief. Since I came out of a number of years as an atheist, […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts for you to check out. Lisa Gungor’s Most Beautiful Thing: An Ode to Relativism – Alisa Childers “The Count of Monte Cristo” – Faith, Vengeance, and Destiny – J.W. Wartick […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some interesting apologetics-related blog posts that I discovered this week. Have a look and expand your knowledge. The Bible vs the Qur’an – Apologetics Canada Mining For God: a Review and Response – Daniel […]

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5 Apologetics Blogs You Need to Visit

Apologetics and Theology

People often complain about the dangers of the internet but the internet also provides incredible resources for Christians. This is especially true when it comes to apologetics. I would like to share five apologetics blogs […]

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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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Reflections on the Apologetics Canada Conference

I had a lot of fun at the recent Apologetics Canada conference and so I thought I would take some time to share some reflections in my podcast.

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Face to Face

Good News

My good news for this week is about the opportunity I had to speak at the Apologetics Canada conference in Barrie. Apologetics Canada has been running conferences in BC for a number of years but […]

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First Century Fragment of Mark

This is some pretty exciting stuff for those interested in the Gospel of Mark.

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Apologetics in Canada

In 2004, Canadian religion writer Tom Harpur wrote a bestselling book claiming that Jesus never existed. In 2010, Tony Blair and Christopher Hitchens debated on the moral merits of religion at Roy Thomson Hall in […]

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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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