Are we on the cusp of a great leap forward in the field of Christian apologetics? Two of the leading apologists of our day think so. In this deeply relevant interview, John Stonestreet taps Lee Strobel and Mark Mittelberg about the centrality of Christian apologetics and how Christians can confidently answer the "tough questions."
Both Strobel and Mittelberg say they sense an atmospheric shift in the world of apologetics--a change which they believe will not only provide the answers so many curious hearts and minds seek, but also change the tone of the conversation. No longer will Christians feel threatened by honest challenges to the faith, and no longer should the doubtful fear condemnation for expressing those challenges. To that end, these men are hosting a worldwide simulcast on March 10, entitled "Questions Christians Hope No One Will Ask."
"We're in the midst of an exciting time where our faith is being defended in fresh and exciting new ways," says Strobel, author of numerous books (including The Case for a Creator, and The Case for Christ).
"I think there's a new, not only golden age of apologetics," adds Middelberg, author of The Questions Christians Hope No One Will Ask, from which the upcoming simulcast takes its title), "but I think there's a new era of more respectful, loving apologetics."
Click here to sign up for Mittelberg and Strobel's upcoming apologetics simulcast, "Questions Christians Hope No One Will Ask."
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