Tag Archives: Christian Apologetics

The Rich, Contradictory History of Mormon Polygamy

For many, the fact Mormonism has a history of polygamy as an accepted practice is reason enough to reject the theology of Joseph Smith. But other supporters of Mormonism will point to the lives of the ancient patriarchs of Judaism, (like Abraham, David and Solomon), and argue for plural marriages. …

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Three Simple Strategies to Help You Become A Better Christian Case Maker (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast S6E06)

If all of us, as Christians, are called to become Christian Case Makers, ready to give an answer to anyone who has a question, what practical steps can we take to improve our ability to communicate and influence those around us? In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. …

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Using the CHIPS Model to Defend Christianity (Podcast)

In this blast from the past, federal investigator Dan Grossenbach sits in for Jim and discusses the powerful CHIPS model for sharing the truth of Christianity and defending the Christian worldview. Dan takes this opportunity to fully examine how Christianity is comprehensible (the “C” in CHIPS). You can also subscribe …

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How Evidential and Presuppositional Apologetics Are BOTH Important to Evangelism (Video)

There seems to be occasional friction between evidential and presuppositional apologists? Is this division warranted? How can both approaches assist average Christians in making the case for what they believe? In this interview with Joel Settecase from the Think Institute, J. Warner discusses the Christian worldview and the importance of …

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