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The Case for God in Seven Minutes or Less….
While taking part in a debate on the existence of God at the Literific Society at Queen’s University Belfast, I had to give a seven minute speech. (This is slightly different from what I actually said since I tried to include some responses to objections that had been raised.)
In claiming that there is a God, I am not claiming that we can logically establish the existence of God with complete certainty.… Read more
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The Scriptural Case for Apologetics: 7 Quick Points
1) Every Christian is an apologist, for every time we clarify our beliefs to a sceptic, we are defending it from misunderstanding and misrepresentation. Every time we explain why we believe we are offering an argument for the faith. The only question is “will we do apologetics well or poorly”?… Read more
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