Tom Gilson

“Set Forth Your Case” Apologetics Conference Almost Underway

I’m in Atlanta at the site of the Set Forth Your Case apologetics conference, waiting for Alvin Plantinga’s opening talk on science and faith. If you’re here and happen to catch this message before Saturday, please send me a message and we’ll find a time and place to meet.

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2 thoughts on ““Set Forth Your Case” Apologetics Conference Almost Underway

  1. Hi Tom,
    It was nice to finally meet you in person at the conference (even though, through a case of mistaken identity). Thank you for all you do for Christianity.

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