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Book Review – God’s Crime Scene by J. Warner Wallace

God’s Crime Scene In this book, Cold-Case Detective and former atheist J. Warner Wallace builds a cumulative case for the existence of God from a homicide detective’s perspective. While some of God’s Crime Scene reminded me of William Lane Craig’s On Guard, including the book size, and “look and feel” from the same publisher, I found Jim’s unique […]

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How to Run an Accessible Apologetics Conference – Free Course

Want to Bring an Apologetics Event to Your Church? I remember being so excited the first time I dared to dream big about doing something like this—but it was also kind of scary! I had all kinds of questions, like: “Who could I invite to speak?” “How much is this gonna cost?” “How do I even […]

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Video: My Guest Appearance on The Table Podcast – Part 2

The Table – A Cultural Engagement Podcast Last week, I shared the first part of my guest appearance on The Table, a weekly cultural engagement podcast. Here’s the second half of the conversation with my mentor, Dr. Darrell Bock, and two of my fellow seminarians at Dallas Theological Seminary. Church Lessons from Non-Protestant Countries In this episode of The […]

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DVD Review – What’s in the Bible? (Vol. 10) “Jesus is the Good News!”

Bible, Theology and Apologetics for kids A couple of months ago, I reviewed a fun series of 9 DVDs for kids from Veggie Tales Creator Phil Vischer, called Buck Denver Asks, “What’s in the Bible?” This month, Phil’s team sent me a review copy of the 10th DVD in this fun series: “Jesus is the […]

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DVD Review – What’s In the Bible? Series for Kids

9 Fine DVDs for Children Looking for a great gift for a kid? This DVD series from Veggie Tales creator Phil Vischer caught my attention when me and my 8-year old saw a clip playing at the Dallas Theological Seminary bookstore. Why? Cause it had a puppet named Buck Denver in it. And I instantly remembered […]

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Questioning Evangelism by Randy Newman – Book Review

Questioning Evangelism Looking for a short read that’s insightful and practical? Check out a very accessible book called Questioning Evangelism by Randy Newman. I almost put this on the required reading list for my “Practicing Apologetics and Evangelism” class at Western Seminary, but I ended up leaving it off, thinking the course load was already […]

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Think Christianly by Jonathan Morrow – Book Review

A Review of Think Christianly It’s been a while since I’ve posted a book review and I wanted to quickly share a few thoughts about a great new book I was given on engaging our culture as a Christian ambassador. It’s called Think Christianly: Looking at the Intersection of Faith and Culture by Jonathan Morrow. The first […]

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Gift Ideas: 8 Great Books that Rocked My World

Gift Books for Christians Wondering what to give that Christian friend or family member who shares your passion for loving God with your mind as well as your emotions? Last year, I featured gift books for both skeptics and believers. This year, I’m focusing in on gifts for your Christian brothers and sisters that will […]

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Christian Parenting – Raising Your Kids to Be Lifelong Believers

Parenting and Apologetics How is Christian parenting related to apologetics? In this post, my friend, Sarah Ankenman, talks about raising your kids to be life-long believers in Christ. And she explains why both mom and dad need to be equipped to defend the faith. Sarah’s the President of the International Society of Women in Apologetics (ISWA). […]

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Top Picks: 7 Books to Give as Gifts

Ever wondered what to give that agnostic friend or family member who’s open to a book about the evidence for the Christian worldview? How about the Christian teen heading off to college in a few months? Or maybe you’ve finally got some time to sit down with a good book yourself. Check out some excellent […]

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