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Invitation from Biola Provost

We’re so excited about this weekend’s event in Rocklin, CA: Reasonable Faith in an Uncertain World. I’ll be speaking alongside J.P. Moreland, Craig Hazen, Clay Jones and my friends from Apologetics.com. Check out this video invitation from Biola Provost Dr. David Nystrom: Apologetics is the most important area for Christians to gain skills here in […]

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Resurrection Hope

The fact that Jesus rose from the dead in time and space is an essential truth to historic Christianity. If there’s no such thing as “religious truth” and regular, everyday truth—if the fact that Jesus rose from the dead in time and space is no less true that the fact that you’re reading this post […]

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Rocklin Apologetics Event Schedule

Want to join us? Invite your friends and support accessible apologetics training in the greater Sacramento area! It’s all happening the weekend after Easter. Here’s the Schedule: Friday Night, April 29 (7 – 9:30 pm) 7 – 8:20 pm Kickoff with J.P. Moreland and Craig Hazen 8:20 – 9:30 pm Clay Jones: “Why God Allows […]

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Easter Reading: 7 of the Best Books on the Resurrection

Easter is About Jesus’ Resurrection Want to perpare for conversations about Jesus’ Resurrection? I often find myself talking about the historicity of the Resurrection at family get-togethers around Easter. And it’s not even me bringing this stuff up. Somehow, my skeptical relatives find me! Maybe you’ll get a chance to talk with your unbelieving friends or […]

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Clay Jones: “Sin is Stupid”

Today, I’m pleased to feature an exclusive guest post by my friend, Dr. Clay Jones, Assistant Professor of Christian Apologetics at Biola University. Dr. Jones is  also a fellow apologetics blogger. He blogs at http://www.clayjones.net Exclusive Guest Post by Dr. Clay Jones Some years ago I was taking a class from Dallas Willard and one […]

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Public Speaking Tip: Introductions

Ever struggle with getting your apologetics talks started? You’ve got some great content you’re excited to share, but maybe you aren’t sure what to say before diving into the material. How can you grab their attention and give them a reason to listen? I’ve helped students learn how to write, refine and deliver effective speeches […]

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Online Apologetics Conference

Ever wanted to attend a great apologetics event but nothing ever came to your area? Join me at the 2011 Online Apologetics Conference! Yep. It’s entirely online. I’m honored to be a plenary speaker at this exciting event, which is being sponsored by The C.S. Lewis Society of California, The Dove Foundation,  Apologetics 315, Confident […]

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Bridgeway Apologetics Conference

OK. Here’s the big news I’ve been waiting to share with you. I’ve teamed up with Biola University and Bridgeway Christian Church for an awesome event happening right here in our local area the weekend after Easter: Reasonable Faith in an Uncertain World: Apologetics Conference at Bridgeway Christian Church Featuring Dr. J.P. Moreland (more…)

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Are You Good Without God? Why this Atheist Billboard is Wrong

Are You Good without God? While I was driving from Sacramento to the Bay Area, I saw a huge billboard that read, “Are you good without God? Millions Are.” I also noticed a theistic tagger added the words, “Also Lost?” at the end of the message. At first, I wondered if the original question could […]

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O Canada!

Where do you go for Christian apologetics training in Canada? Before 2007, Paul Chamberlain would have said, “virtually nowhere.” Today, Paul’s the Director of the Institute for Christian Apologetics at Trinity Western University. Although things have improved since 2007, the need for accessible apologetics training continues to grow—especially among students. I’m excited to be teaming […]

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