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Review: If God, Why Evil?

Interested in some good summer reading? Over the next few posts, I’ll be talking about some books that authors or publishers recently asked me to review. Let’s get started with the new book from Norman Geisler: If God, Why Evil? Probably the number one reason people say they have a hard time believing in God […]

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What is Apologetics?

*This article is also available in Spanish. [Leer en Español] Let’s revisit the basics. Like the idea that our discipline’s got a weird name. People who come to my workshops still ask, “Why does it sound like apologizing?” I still get odd responses at family gatherings when this comes up! An “apologetic” just means a defense. Peter commanded […]

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