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5 Useful Facts for Defending the Resurrection of Jesus

Defending the Resurrection of Jesus in Everyday Conversations In this accessible apologetics video, I train Christians to defend the resurrection of Jesus in everyday conversations, focusing on the “minimal facts” approach I learned from Dr. Gary Habermas. My goal here is to help you remember some good talking points, so you’ll have them ready when you need […]

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7 Apologetics Ministry Highlights from 2012

Ever since last year, I’ve been amazed at how God has been directing my teaching, speaking and training ministry and taking me to places I never thought I’d go. In this post, I’ll share a few apologetics ministry highlights from 2012. Don’t forget, we’re in this thing together. Like I always say, “If God can […]

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The Reason Rally and Reasonable Faith in an Uncertain World

The Reason Rally On March 24, Richard Dawkins and a number of outspoken atheists plan to gather in Washington D.C. for what is being called “the largest gathering of the secular movement in world history.” One of the goals of the Reason Rally  is to celebrate atheism and advance secularism in society. Here’s what stands out […]

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Faith and Doubt – How to Honor God in the Midst of Your Doubts

Today, I’m pleased to feature an exclusive guest post by my friend, Dena Jackson, who is working hard to bring accessible apologetics training to our local area. Dena recently graduated with an M.A. in Christian Apologetics from Biola University. She currently trains college students at Bayside Church, where she also coordinated the 2010 Apologetics Conference […]

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Rocklin Apologetics Report

Last weekend, I had the honor of presenting alongside J.P. Moreland, Craig Hazen and Clay Jones at Reasonable Faith in an Uncertain World at Bridgeway Christian Church in Rocklin, CA. My talk was called, “Everyday Apologetics: Using Stories, Objects and Illustrations to Explain Your Faith.” Here’s a summary of the weekend. Friday Craig Hazen & […]

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Choosing My Religion

Today, I’m featuring a special audio guest post by Dr. Craig Hazen, Director of the Christian Apologetics program at Biola University. Dr. Hazen will be will me at Reasonable Faith in an Uncertain World in Rocklin, CA this weekend! Special Audio Guest Post by Dr. Craig Hazen Ever wonder how to recommend someone go about […]

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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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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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