Monthly Archives: November 2010

EPS Apologetics Conference!

As a Christmas gift a few years ago my father gave me a set of CDs from the previous year’s Evangelical Philosophical Society Apologetics Conference.  The both of us have enjoyed the CDs immensely, and the speakers such as Gary Habermas, J. … Continue reading

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“How I Got Into Apologetics” (part 2)

The first chapter of Genesis gives a general overview of the creation, and the second chapter zooms in to give more detail.  Consider the last blog my chapter 1 overview, and this blog my chapter 2 detail.  So, what exactly … Continue reading

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“How I Got Into Apologetics” (part 1)

I don’t want this blog to be a rehashing of arguments for Christianity that you can read about in other places.  There are other blogs that give and defend various apologetic arguments, and I believe such blogs are valuable, but there are … Continue reading

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“Happily Ever After”

I have the tendency to interpret stories in the context of my Christian worldview.  I know of course that everyone interprets things through their own worldview, but I try to be very intentional about it.  For example, when I watch … Continue reading

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In Defense of Apologetics

Because of some doctrinal differences I have with the church I’ve been attending for a while, I thought it prudent to begin looking for a new church to plug into.  To kill two birds with one Sunday, I’ve been trying … Continue reading

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