This morning, I joined John Morehead of the Multifaith Matters Podcast in a conversation on effective apologetics and meaningful conversation. Check it out here.
In this video, I summarize my philosophy of Christian apologetics in terms of three essential pillars: arguments, character, and hope.
This is a guest post by Colin Burgess. Colin is a lay apologist who has been working with Reasons To Believe since 2015, as both a volunteer apologist and an instructor. Colin writes, “It is my goal, as an apologist, to get people thinking about faith, and to help Christians communicate their beliefs more effectively. […]
Yesterday, I appeared on the David C. Smalley Podcast (formerly known as “Dogma Debate”). The conversation goes for 2.5 hours (!) and the first hour and a bit is available to everyone. The longer version is available to Patreon supporters. In the first part of the conversation, we talked about rationality, plausibility frameworks, and the […]
I’m not going to comment on the entire debate. Instead, I will limit my comments to the historical resurrection of Jesus and related issues. In my debate on the rationality of Christian belief, David C. Smalley asked for historical evidence that Jesus rose from the dead. I provided evidence. I noted that there is no […]
Over the years, I have seen Christians invest countless hours attempting to reason with atheists who are overtly contemptuous of their Christian and theistic beliefs. While there may be value in such exchanges, Christians should enter into them with their eyes wide open. And so, as a way to understand what you might be getting […]