There are many ways people try to defend the Christian faith. You will hear one on this episode that should never be used. Today Adam responds to a recent conference session at the 2018 Issues, Etc. Making the Case conference.
The speaker in this session was Craig Parton, who teaches the audience that we should not make a defense of the Christian faith beginning with the authority of Scripture.
We beg to differ.
While much of what Mr. Parton says is excellent, his underlying foundation for apologetics is fatally flawed.
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Grace to all who love our Lord Jesus Christ in the truth (including brother Craig Parton!)
The original conference audio is here.
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