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Sorry - Greg is on vacation and the others busy with teaching events.
Rachael Slick, the daughter of an apologist, has written an article recounting her theological and apologetic training growing up – and her subsequent rejection of Christianity. I don't intend to comment on the details, especially about her family and what did or didn't happen, because we only have her account from her perspective.
John Shelby Spong, a retired bishop of the Episcopal church and participant in the Jesus Seminar, has a new book he summarized in a recent article. He gives six reasons his book expands on for why the Gospel of John is not a reliable, historical source. J.
Tuesday is the live weekly webcast 4-7 p.m. PT. J. Warner Wallace is guest hosting. Give him a call with your question or comment at (855) 243-9975. Jim will interview James Boccardo about his book Unsilenced: How to Give Voice to the Gospel. Listen live online. Join us on Twitter during the program @STRtweets #STRtalk.
C.S. Lewis, who was a literary scholar long before he was a Christian, makes the scholarly point that the Gospel accounts read nothing like legend or myth. Some critics compare them to historical fiction, but Lewis also points out that that is a fairly modern genre of literature that was unknown until about 400 years ago. Lewis wrote:
Greg and J. Warner are both out of town speaking. Sorry to miss this week. We'll be live next Tuesday.
Scott, who is now with Life Training Institute but was with STR for several years, made this video greeting that was played at the Biola Apologetics anniversary conference. #STR20 We really appreciated his comments and reflection. In truth, what he says is due in large part to his time at STR. COMMENTS
Biola Apologetics @biolapologetics Thanks for joining us for the #STR20 conference this weekend!
STR was founded today in 1993. You can read a bit about the history here. God has kept us and allowed us to play a part in His Kingdom. We're very grateful. Our prayer is we bring Him glory and fulfill our mission to equip Christian ambassadors with knowledge, wisdom, and character.
Greg responds to this column.   6ThingsChristiansShouldStopSaying