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From Dr. Tom Woodward: “Explain what you mean!” Did you know these four words capture the essence of apologetics? It’s not just the “defense” or “vindication” of Christianity. There’s something more basic, which comes first: a “winsome explanation” of the Christian worldview, in its fierce competition with other worldviews being advertised today.   This is exciting… and radical. When we share…

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From Dr. Tom Woodward: Did you know that the rock-solid core of Christian apologetics is the resurrection of Christ? And that Lee Strobel’s presentation of this evidence is beyond spectacular, involving his own journey as a feisty atheist journalist and dogged Christ-skeptic? A must see is our newly uploaded “Why Jesus?” talk by Lee Strobel at apologetics.org. Feast on this classic best-in-class video…

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Did you know that Eric Metaxas, the Yale grad based in New York City, who is the founder and director of “Socrates in the City,” is our #1 Apologetics Rock Star when it comes to blending reasons for faith and outbursts of laughter?  When Metaxas is not busy writing best-sellers, he presents us with a superb example of how to fuse apologetics with wit!  Take a look at his legendary interview with Stephen…

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From Dr. Woodward: Did you know what truly stellar achievement is shared by Dr. Randy Newman (don’t miss his spectacular “Why Jesus?” talk, just up at apologetics.org), along with British legend G. K. Chesterton, and American rising star Hillary Morgan Ferrer (“Mama Bear Apologetics” )? What these three achieved is rare: the fusion of excellent apologetics with first-class wit. Rarely in the world…

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From Dr. Woodward: Did you know that Christian apologetics is built on the solid foundation of Christ himself and spectacular messianic prophecies he fulfilled? One of the most shocking prophecies, implying that God, as a man, would die for us, is found lurking in the book of Zechariah, chapter 12. Verse 10 mysteriously records God himself saying, “They will look upon me whom they have pierced and…

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From Dr. Tom Woodward: Did you know that nearly 7000 attendees at the “Why Jesus?” Conference in Maine (May, 2016) were able to zing their toughest questions to a panel of five plenary speakers... including Lee Strobel and Ravi Zacharias? This video was just posted at apologetics.org, and as a member of the panel, I was amazed at the variety of excellent questions that came our way. Enjoy!…

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From Dr. Woodward: Did you know that we are living through a scientific revolution, in which the credibility of neo-Darwinism is melting faster than a snowball placed in the noonday sun at Miami Beach? Over 17,000 students and leaders across Latin America are now tuning in for the coverage of the unraveling of the Darwinian paradigm in a two-week course “Creation...” that Dr. Woodward completes this…

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Questions! Did you know that probing questions are a key to effective apologetics, as shown in Greg Koukl’s classic book, “Tactics“? Did you know that one of the keys of Jesus’ ministry was his shrewd use of questions? And lastly, did you know that one of the most dramatic and well attended apologetics Q/A sessions in history (almost 7000 people) featured Ravi Zacharias and was just uploaded at the…

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From Dr. Tom Woodward “What if Darwin was wrong?”  Did you know that it is extremely rare to hear a renowned Ivy League professor of computer science say such a thing in private conversation, let alone in a letter or an email? But it is almost unthinkable that any such intellectual would pen a major article detailing fresh doubts about Darwinism. Yet, that’s what happened one year ago, when Yale’s…

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Did you know that the largest apologetics-focused gathering in history, to hear the case for Christ and the evidence for Jesus, was the “Why Jesus?” Conference in Bangor, Maine, held May 7, 2016? The capacity of the Cross Insurance Arena was 6800, and some were skeptical about the turnout. Yet Ravi Zacharias and Lee Strobel were among the speakers, and word spread across New England. Result: the event…

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