Category Archives: Apologetics
Congratulations to Jennifer Kracht on winning last week’s book giveaway (I got sick over the weekend, so was a little late on the drawing). Jennifer won a copy of Roman but Not Catholic by Kenneth J. Collins and Jerry L. … Continue reading
This week I’m offering Roman but Not Catholic: What Remains at Stake 500 Years after the Reformation, by Kenneth J. Collins and Jerry L. Walls. Here are the catalog description and table of contents: This book offers a clearly written, … Continue reading
Congratulations to Harold Dixon on winning Friday’s book giveaway. Harold won a copy of Answering the Toughest Questions about Suffering and Evil by Bruce Bickel and Stan Jantz. Thanks to all who participated!
Following the theme of the last post, this week I’m offering Answering the Toughest Questions about Suffering and Evil by Bruce Bickel and Stan Jantz. Here’s the catalog description: You’ve got questions, and that’s okay. When it comes to the … Continue reading
Congratulations to Dwight Gingrich on winning our last book giveaway. Dwight won a copy of God Among Sages: Why Jesus Is Not Just Another Religious Leader by Kenneth Richard Samples. Thanks to all who participated!
We’re back with the book giveaway! This week it’s God Among Sages: Why Jesus Is Not Just Another Religious Leader by Kenneth Richard Samples. Here’s the catalog description: About Was Jesus just a spiritual leader, like Krishna, Buddha, Confucius, and … Continue reading
What, exactly, is an “undesigned coincidence”? Lydia McGrew explains, An undesigned coincidence is a notable connection between two or more accounts or texts that doesn’t seem to have been planned by the person or people giving the accounts. Despite their … Continue reading