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For the Student Who Wants to Be a Christian Apologist

Are you hoping to become an apologist but don’t know where to start? Here are some ideas for you.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Amy K. Hall | May 16, 2017

Five Apologetics Questions You Need to Think Through

What key questions should we be thinking about as apologists? Strengthen your understanding of—and your ability to communicate—the answers to these five questions.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Amy K. Hall | November 5, 2016

Challenge Response: There’s a Contradiction at the Core of Christianity

Tim responds to this week's challenge.

Blog Post | Student | Tim Barnett | August 25, 2016

Challenge Response: Christians Who Benefit from Science Are Hypocritical

Here's my response to this week's challenge:   COMMENTS Read more posts

Blog Post | Science | Tim Barnett | August 11, 2016

Challenge: I Don't Like the Idea of People Telling Me What to Do

This week’s challenge comes from “After 13 Years, I’m Leaving Christianity”: Now at 26, I don’t go to church anymore. Because I don’t like the idea of people telling me what I should do, and how I should be doing them. I think many millennials feel the same way.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Amy K. Hall | July 26, 2016

Are You Ready for What’s Waiting for You on Your College Campus?

Are you (or is your child) ready to stand firm in your trust in Jesus Christ on your college campus?

Blog Post | Apologetics | Amy K. Hall | July 21, 2016

Challenge Response: Snowflakes Are Complex without a Designer

Here's my response to this week's challenge: COMMENTS

Blog Post | Science | Tim Barnett | May 19, 2016

A Plan for Teaching Apologetics to Your Children

In this month’s Solid Ground, “A Practical Plan to Equip the Next Generation,” Brett builds his plan on an ancient educational model:

Blog Post | Apologetics | Amy K. Hall | May 14, 2016

Helping Students Think about the Evidence for Evolution

This month, I want to offer you is a helpful way for categorizing the evidence that is offered in support of macroevolution. By identifying which group any particular evidence belongs to, you will be able to offer a general response. After assessing numerous arguments for evolution, I have found that each falls into one of three categories: exaggerated extrapolations, egregious errors, and equivocal evidence. Download the mp3...

Podcast Episode | Philosophy | Tim Barnett | March 2, 2016

New Addition to the Quick-Reference App

We’ve just added an “Intolerance of Tolerance” module to our Quick-Reference App. If you’re not familiar with the app (which, if you don’t have a smart phone or tablet, is also available online in any web browser), each module contains a collection of short videos training you in the basics of the topic.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Amy K. Hall | February 6, 2016