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At Last! Moving Forward Into the Heat to Light Pastors’ Equipping Series!

The time has come, at last, tell some of the story, and then very soon to launch the new church-equipping initiative that I’ve been building toward for months, or maybe for most of a lifetime. It’s called Heat to Light: ...
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Cincinnati Apologetics Conference with Alisa Childers September 10-11!

I’ll be speaking as well. Kudos to Tim Waugh, pastor of Faith Community United Methodist Church, who wants to be a light for the truth of Christ in his community and among United Methodists! Click for the full-definition flier, downloadable: ...
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Creative Common-Sense Apologetics — Video Here!

They say you can’t use the Bible to prove the Bible; it’s circular reasoning. Yes. Except… there are exceptions. Valid ones, not fallacious. The Bible actually demonstrates its own reality through its own internal character, along with some general common-sense ...
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‘It’s The Best Book on Jesus’ Character in Generations, Second Only to G. K. Chesterton’

(Image: G. K. Chesterton in 1931) That headline’s a paraphrase. What author and columnist John Zmirak actually said about my book Too Good to be False (just out on Kindle!) was this: For months I’ve been telling anyone who’d listen ...
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Update on Pastor Equipping Ministry: ‘Heat to Light: Guiding Your People Through Cultural Conflict to Spiritual Transformation’

It’s coming together in ways I never expected, and that’s a good thing. If you’ve been following me here on the blog or the podcast, you may be wondering exactly what it’s going to look like, and when it begins ...
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