How to Make the Case Like a Case Maker

Last week at the CrossExamined Instructors Academy (CIA), dozens of students courageously offered their own “apologetics” presentations to those of us who had been assembled as evaluators, coaches and trainers. Prior to these talks, we took the time to help the students understand the proper structure of public presentations of …

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Yet Another Student Survey Confirming the Need for Case Making

It’s been about a month since Larry Taunton of Fixed Point Foundation posted an article for the Atlantic entitled Listening to Young Atheists: Lessons for a Stronger Christianity. Taunton’s organization has been interviewing members of atheist college groups (the Secular Student Alliance and Freethought Societies). “These college groups are the …

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