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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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Apologetics Lesson for Youth – Faith Is Not Wishing

How to Teach Apologetics to Teenagers How should I teach apologetics to teenagers? That’s a question I was faced with when I was invited to introduce apologetics into the curriculum at Mosaic Christian Academy. Here’s what I did:  I lead an 8-week apologetics discussion series for high school students and it was very well-received. Much of our […]

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Apologetics Lesson for Youth – Truth Is Not Ice Cream

How to Teach Apologetics to Teenagers Ever wonder how to teach apologetics to teenagers? I once had the opportunity to facilitate the very first youth apologetics series at Mosaic Christian Academy—a ministry that offers homeschooling students a classroom environment a couple of times a week. Truth Is Not Ice Cream We celebrated with an ice cream […]

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Five Summer Lessons: Part 1

I just spoke to my friend, Dena Jackson, who’s out of town at an exciting event: Biola University’s Apologetics Summer Residency. At the opening banquet, she and others in the distance-learning program were encouraged with words that apply to each of us involved in teaching accessible apologetics in our local area: “You are doing something that matters…Christians are walking […]

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Defend Without Getting Defensive

Listen Up! Ever get uncomfortable listening to a religious view that’s different from yours? Sometimes, talking about morality and relgion can really get some people going—even to the point where you find it tough to get a word in edgewise. But allowing your skeptical friend to share their ideas or experiences is a key part of […]

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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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