Tim Keller, Redeemer Church.
Melissa Cain Travis, author of Science and the Mind of the Maker, Third keynote address at the Inaugural Women in Apologetics Annual Conference on January 20, 2018.
Jesus divided the world into two groups—those who follow him and those who don’t. But what happens when someone thinks he or she is a Christian, but isn’t? With his witty, engaging style, Mike McKinley takes readers on a journey of what it means to be a Christian. He asserts that “manipulative evangelism techniques and a poor understanding of the gospel have resulted in an abundance of professing Christians who have no idea what it means to follow Christ. Mike McKinley.
Children believe in the tooth fairy until their reasoning capabilities mature and they recognize this belief is neither grounded nor relevant. Does belief in Jesus Christ require a similar suspension of logic? Can Christianity be proven to be true? UCLA law professor Daniel Lowenstein interviews Oxford mathematician John Lennox with honest questions about Christianity and the grounds for faith. This will be followed by audience Q&A. Veritas Forum 2011.
Dr William Lane Craig is Research Professor of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology and Professor of Philosophy at Houston Baptist University.
In a culture that is increasingly skeptical of religion and thinks Christianity is all about blind faith, how do we effectively communicate why we think Christianity is true? Impact 360 Institute hosted prolific author and scholar Dr. J.P. Moreland to our campus on to help equip us in the critical area.
Dr Gathercole looked at the differences between the New Testament Gospels and the non-canonical gospels, such as Thomas, Judas and Philip. Tapes From Scotland.
Dr Dirk Jongkind is the Academic Vice President, Tydale House, Cambridge.
Q & A
Dr. Paul Copan, Professor and Pledger Family Chair of Philosophy and Ethics, Palm Beach Atlantic University, March 24th, 2011.
Dr. William Lane Craig lectures on Bart Ehrman’s (author of Misquoting Jesus) various textual (and historical) arguments against the Bible and Jesus’ resurrection. Reasonable Faith.