Dr. Clay Jones is an associate professor of Christian apologetics at Talbot School of Theology and the chairman of the board for Ratio Christi, an international university apologetics ministry. Previously he hosted the nationally syndicated tal
Brian Godawa is an award-winning screenwriter, novelist, and filmmaker. One of his most significant films of note is To End All Wars, starring Kiefer Sutherland. His book, Hollywood Worldviews has been used in film courses on both college campu
In this interview we spoke with Brett Kunkle about his book A Practical Guide to Culture. We also talked about his experience equipping the next generation of apologists to defend the faith. Hope you enjoy! Brett Kunkle is the founder and pr
In this interview, we talk with Abdu Murray about his newest book, Seeing Jesus from the East. Seeing Jesus from the East explores eastern cultural insights often overlooked and at times misunderstood by westerners. This book also invites read
Dr. Lydia McGrew received her PhD in English from Vanderbilt University. She has published extensively in analytic philosophy, specializing in probability theory and epistemology. She also focuses on the application of formal epistemology to to
Donald Catchings is a teacher, poet, writer, and apologist. His most recent publication is Joy Through a Wardrobe: The Chronicles' Companion. This new companion to C.S. Lewis's Chronicles of Narnia is one any fan of the Chronicles should pick u
In this episode Don Deal argues for the Big Bang as evidence for God's existence. We talk about the Big Bang theory as well as other competing theories of the origin of the universe.
Don is the director of the 12 Points Certification Program
Tyler is an award-winning author and speaker. He is also the associate director of Friend Speak - a program developed by the non-profit organization, Let's Start Talking.
In his recent TEDx Talk (which you can find linked below) Tyler talks a
In this episode we talk with Mary Jo Sharp, founder of Confident Christianity, about her newest book, Why I Still Believe: A Former Atheist's Reckoning With The Bad Reputation Christians Give A Good God. In the book, Sharp recounts her experie
Dr. Michael Behe is a biochemist, a professor at Lehigh University, and a founding senior fellow at the Discovery Institute's Center for Science and Culture. He is the author of several books including, Darwin's Black Box, The Edge of Evolutio
Greg is the founder and president of Stand to Reason. He is also the author of Tactics - an excellent book on how to share your faith or defend the Gospel with those who are skeptical of Christianity. He has now updated the book and expanded it
Cold-case homicide detective and former, author, and former atheist J Warner Wallace discusses why Christians ought to be able to make a clear evidential case for the Gospel.
Jim has authored several books including Cold-Case Christianity, Go
Hillary Ferrer shares insight on parenting, leading, and equipping the next generation to defend their faith in a post-christian culture. Hillary is the founder of Mama Bear Apologetics, a book in which several contributors address the question
Former NFL lineman Mike DeVito had an impressive career playing for both the Kansas City Chiefs and the New York Jets. Now he is pursuing PhD work in philosophy. We talk about what it’s like to transition from playing in the NFL to hitting the
In this episode, Dr. Phil Tallon describes how horror films can actually be a useful medium for Christians. Dr. Tallon is the author of several books including The Poetics of Evil and The Absolute Basics of the Christian Faith. He is also the c
In this episode, Dr. David Geisler shares key insights from his book Conversational Evangelism, which he wrote with his father Norman Geisler. Learn how to share Jesus with nonbelievers, skeptics, and those of a different religious background.
In this episode, we talk with Daniel Ray about his new book, The Story of the Cosmos. We discuss blackholes, stars, extraterrestrial life, scientific pioneers, the nature of the universe, and how the cosmos influenced writers like C.S. Lewis an
In this episode, Dr. Dilley and Annie explain the tension between scientific discovery and religion. We discuss the history behind the supposed tension as well as how the two coincide today. Furthermore, we discuss the role of Christianity and
In this episode, we talk Cultural Apologetics with Carla and Zak. We discuss films such as The Lord of the Rings, the Avengers, and Star Wars. We talk about cultural apologists such as G.K. Chesterton, JRR Tolkien, George McDonald, and CS Lewis
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