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Argue Without Being Argumentative

Who likes to argue? Depends what you mean. Unfortunately, apologists use words which could give people the wrong impression: “Apologetics” sounds like apologizing. “Defense” sounds like training for hand-to-hand combat. And “argue” sounds like the thing you hate doing with your family on the way to church! Clarifying key terms can help you overcome a few challenges associated with […]

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What William Lane Craig Taught Me About Truth, Love & Apologetics

What I Learned About Truth and Love While I was doing my graduate work in apologetics at Biola University, I learned an important, practical lesson from William Lane Craig about speaking the truth in love. I remember how he began our “Philosophical Issues for Apologists” course by saying he often signs his books with 2 Corinthians 10:5 […]

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Promoting Accessible Apologetics

News Flash: Our discipline has a weird name. Many years ago, my wife and I visited Citrus Heights for a family gathering. Someone heard I was in grad school and asked me, “What are you getting your degree in?” “Apologetics,” I answered. “I’m sorry,” she replied with a chuckle. “It’s not really that bad,” I […]

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