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The Tentative Apologist
Not Another Gospel: A Rebuttal to the False Teaching of Alisa Childers
In the last three years, Alisa Childers has become a key conservative evangelical influencer. But her popular 2020 book “Another Gospel?” promotes a false and harmful thesis about progressive Christian brothers and sisters. ?
Top Five Fears of a Fundamentalist Childhood
From the terror of committing the unforgiveable sin to the anguish of the lake of fire, these are the top five fears of a fundamentalist childhood! ?
Deconstructing an Evangelical Worldview Chart
Alisa Childers’ erroneous thesis that progressive Christianity is another religion has had a big impact on contemporary conservative evangelicalism. In this video, we consider a worldview chart drawing upon Childers’ book “Another Gospel?” which makes multiple spurious claims about progressive Christianity as a distinct worldview. ?
What’s Wrong with Christian Fundamentalism?
My latest interview with Adherent Apologetics. ?
How Christian Apologists Perpetuate a Persecution Delusion
Do secular university professors aim to destroy the faith of faithful young Christians? Or is that just a myth perpetuated by Christian apologists? Let’s take a look. ?
How to Be a Christian When You Don’t Believe It’s True with Emerson Green
My latest interview for The Doubters’ Creed is with Emerson Green. It was a fascinating discussion! ?
In Universalism, Does God Defeat the Devil?
A quick rebuttal to a bad objection to universalism from Melissa Dougherty.
The Case for Christian Universalism with Robin Parry
Robin Parry is one of the leading Christian universalists today. In this interview, we discuss Robin’s views from the perspective of Scripture, theology, history, and pastoral theology. To explore Robin’s ideas further, see his excellent book The Evangelical Universalist. (promoted link) ?
Can you be a Christian if you don’t believe? A Discussion on “Reason to Doubt”
My latest interview was on the Reason to Doubt channel discussing my latest book: ?
Christian Apologists Talking Badly About Secular People
In this video, I take a look at three Christian apologists talking badly about secular people. ?
A Conversation on the Creed of Doubters
Here is a recent interview I did with the Curious Christianity YouTube channel on my my book The Doubters’ Creed: ?
A Conversation on Progressive Christianity with Stephen Bedard
I recently had the priviledge of having a conversation with Canadian apologist Stephen Bedard about progressive Christianity. Check it out: ?
Evangelical Apologetics and the Far Right Conspiracy Problem
Evangelical apologists have long been associated with right wing, Republican politics. This continued when Donald Trump ran for president in 2016. In this article, I want to consider what seems to me a disturbing and emerging trend of evangelical apologists moving closer to far right leaders and conspiracy theories. I don’t claim to offer anything […]