A New Kind of Apologist
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In this presentation, Greg offers a critique of naturalism, developing three solid lines of reasoning to show naturalism’s inadequacy and Christianity’s superior “explanatory power” as a reliable guide to understanding the world.

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In God among Sages, Ken Samples presents a biblical and historical portrait of Jesus, grounded in the claims Jesus makes about himself. Then he compares and contrasts Jesus with Krishna, Buddha, Confucius, and Muhammad and explores the competing philosophies of religious pluralism, inclusivism, and exclusivism. The result is a clear understanding of what sets Jesus apart as not simply a teacher to follow but God himself, worthy of our full allegiance and worship. With contributions from more than 20 leading apologists, including J.P. Moreland, Jay Richards, Brett Kunkle, and Alan Shlemon, A New Kind of Apologist is the go-to resource for effectively defending the Christian faith in our changing culture. It addresses the latest issues and adopts fresh strategies to equip you to reach those outside the church with the liberating truth of the gospel.
Most Christians are ill-equipped to handle themselves in discussions with Jehovah's Witnesses. JW's seem to know their stuff while most Christians don't. Most Christians know what they believe, but don't know why they believe it. This is where this two-part series comes in; it answers the "why." Watch and listen as Tim Barnett graciously and respectfully walks through the reasons for believing that Jesus is Jehovah! Since the publication of the first Ambassador's Guide in 2009, this series of books has been helping Christians face the most powerful challenges to their faith, all through concise and approachable guides. What should the relationships with our friends and family who identify as gay and lesbian look like? Alan Shlemon will answer that question with truth and compassion. In these four sessions, he’ll clarify what both Scripture and science say about homosexuality, and then offer practical principles for the church, our friends, and our family that will help guide our interactions.