EPS Apologetics

Posted: November 20, 2012 by Dillon in Apologetics
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This post will be short and sweet.  This past weekend I had the privilege of attending the 11th annual EPS Apologetics conference in Pewaukee, WI.  It was a weekend full of listening to some of the top Christian thinkers in the world: Lee Strobel, Dr. Angus Menuge, Dr. John Bloom, and Dr. William Lane Craig, to name a few.  Sometimes it’s easy to forget that there are incredibly intelligent Christians in the academic world; the idea of academia being the very institution of secularization doesn’t help with that.  But, these thinkers greatly challenged what I already understood of Christianity, and constantly emphasize how important it is to be intellectually engaged in your faith.  Over the next week or so I’ll be posting about some of the things I learned.  Until then, I’ll leave you all with a picture of a personal hero of mine.

Left to right: Jeremy (my friend), Dr. William Lane Craig, Me

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  1. […] finally have a spare moment to sit and share some of what I learned from the EPS Apologetics conference I attended about two weeks ago.  The most challenging part has been figuring out how to manage […]

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