Friday Apologetics Finds: Conferences You Won't Want To Miss!

This week, I have a lot of information for those of you who are thinking about attending an apologetics conference. Here are this week's apologetics finds:

1) The 2011 Online Apologetics Conference is happening April 7-9! The theme this year is, "Defending Christianity and God’s Plan for Marriage, Family, and Life through Creative Arts such as Film and Literature." The keynote Speaker will be Dr. Gene Edward Veith Jr. Other Confirmed Speakers include Mikel Del Rosario, Dr. Holly Ordway, and Brian Auten among others. If you are planning on attending, be sure to register soon, because early registrants pay half-price!

2) A debate will be taking place in North Carolina between Christian philosopher and theologian Dr. William Lane Craig and eminent atheist physicist Dr. Lawrence Krauss on the topic: Is There Evidence for God? The debate, which begins 6 pm, March 30th (end time, 9pm), can be viewed live via Internet webcast here.  (Anytime thereafter, the debate can be watched on the site, as well.) Attendance is free!

3) For my readers in Wisconsin, the Immersion Apologetics Conference will be held on April 16th, from 9am - 5pm at Poplar Creek Church. One of the speakers is Dr. Holly Ordway, a former atheist who now advocates the Christian worldview. Part of the conference description is as follows: "As Christians, we are called to evangelize, to teach the good news, to protect against false teaching, to defend the truth, and to always have an answer for the hope within us. Join us at our upcoming conference in your area that will help believers learn, grow, and defend." All the details can be found here or at

4) Bonus find: Be sure to check out Lee Strobel's recently launched newsletter. It's jam-packed with great apologetics information.

Until next time, Happy Friday!

Due to the overwhelming amount of apologetics material being put forth almost daily, I cannot guarantee that I will cover everything in a single post. However, it is my objective to present a small handful of material to you, my readers, bi-weekly. If you know of some apologetics material that you would like to see presented here in the future, you can contact me using the corresponding tab above (Note: please do not leave these links in the comments, as I will have to review the material before publishing; please contact me via email. Thanks.)


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