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Christ's resurrection: strongest evidence citedNASHVILLE (BP) -- Did Jesus really rise from the dead?
It's a question asked and answered each Easter in news reports, television documentaries and personal conversations. This year, two Southern Baptists who train others to defend the faith have offered their thoughts on the best way to answer.
Rob Phillips, who leads apologetics for the Missouri Baptist Convention, pointed to the "minimal facts argument," which defends the resurrection using only evidence "considered virtually undeniable," even by skeptics. Stephen Wellum, a theology professor at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, said evidence for the resurrection always must be coupled with an explanation of the resurrection's significance within the Christian worldview. Read More
FROM THE COLLEGES: Gardner-Webb's Frank Bonner sets retirement; HBU profs to lead 'Prepared to Answer' simulcast
Gardner-Webb University President Frank Bonner sets retirement; Houston Baptist University professors to lead 'Prepared to Answer' apologetics simulcast Feb. 17. Read More
FIRST-PERSON: Obviously God
The creation, Dan DeWitt writes, reveals both God's glory and His wrath. "It's a matter of vantage point. The believer sees glory. The unbeliever sees wrath," he writes. Read More
FROM THE SEMINARIES: SBTS to strengthen apologetics focus; SWBTS family leads teen to faith in Christ
In today's From the Seminaries: Southern Baptist Theological Seminary to strengthen apologetics focus; Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary family leads teen to faith in Christ.
SBTS to strengthen apologetics focus
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) -- Southern Baptist Theological Seminary has created a single master of divinity degree in apologetics in its Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism and Ministry, consolidating two current apologetics programs. Read More
SBC DIGEST: Heimbach speaks on 'warrior ethic'; apologetics workshops slated at LifeWay Stores; apologetics podcast produced by Mo. duo
In today's SBC Digest: Southeastern Seminary's Daniel Heimbach lectures on a "warrior ethic" at the Defense Intelligence Agency; LifeWay Christian Stores to host apologetics workshops Sept. 12; apologetics "T.A.G. You're It" podcast produced by Missouri Baptist duo. Read More
SBC DIGEST: GuideStone fund garners 2 honors; SBCAL names regional leaders; Mo. apologetics enters 3rd year
GuideStone Financial Resources fund garners 2 top honors from investment industry analyst; Southern Baptist Conference of Associational Leaders names regional coordinators; Missouri Baptists' apologetics ministry enters third year. Read More
In marijuana-ripe region, church defends the faithREDWAY, Calif. (BP) -- "At one time there were three very healthy churches in Redway and now we are the last church standing."
Dave Seaford, pastor of First Baptist Church in the northern California town of 1,200, ventured to one of the nation's most fertile regions for growing marijuana, legally and illegally, in 2014.
The small congregation -- some aging, others part-time workers -- felt a burden for Redway's secularity and "sacrificed to bring us here," said Seaford, former pastor of a North Carolina church founded by Norm Geisler, one of the leading experts in the field of apologetics. Seaford, likewise, is a seasoned defender of the Christian faith, with a reach of more than 2,500 Facebook friends. Read More
Apologetics on display at Defend 2017 conf.NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- Abdu Murray was a devout Muslim who rarely encountered Christians who could defend their faith. His journey from Islam to faith in Christ began after meeting the few "annoying" Christians who could.
Murray, North American director for Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, told of his nine-year journey at Defend 2017, an annual apologetics conference sponsored by New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary's Institute for Christian Apologetics. The Jan. 2-6 conference, with 250 participants, brought together noted apologists to address issues and worldviews prevalent in today's culture. Read More
7 principles for sharing Gospel with East AsiansEAST ASIA (BP) -- Somewhere in East Asia, a man steps onto a crowded bus after a busy day at work. As usual, there is nowhere to sit and his wearied legs find no rest on the long commute home.
People in East Asia have more freedom, more income and more material possessions than past generations. But this abundance does not always lead to a higher quality of life. Long commutes, high costs of living, endless hours at work, overcrowded cities, and polluted environments have left many people like the man on the bus -- without peace, hope or fulfillment. Read More
NOBTS adds Ph.D. apologetics major, 3 new faculty
NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary’s trustee executive committee approved a doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) major in apologetics and elected three new faculty members during their June 7 meeting.
“Apologetics is an area of strength at NOBTS,” NOBTS Provost Steve Lemke said, adding that the Ph.D. major builds on the seminary’s three master’s degrees in apologetics and has generated “great student interest.” Read More