Monday, March 22, 2010

Apologist Interview: Greg Koukl of Stand to Reason

Today's interview is with Greg Koukl, founder and president of Stand to Reason. He talks about his influences, how he got started defending the faith, the ambassador approach to apologetics, how to think on your feet, preparing for a debate, the importance of mentors, Christian character, and much more. Lots of great insights.

Full Interview MP3 Audio here. (55 minutes)

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Check out these other items of interest from Greg Koukl:
• Greg's Podcast: Stand to Reason (iTunes link / web link)
• Also check out Greg's articles, videos, blog, and more resources.
• Greg's phenomenal book: Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions
Relativism: Feet Firmly Planted in Mid-Air by Greg Koukl & Francis Beckwith
Precious Unborn Human Persons by Greg Koukl
• Greg's monthly mentoring newsletter: Solid Ground
Never Read a Bible Verse
MORE of Greg's audio and other resources on Apologetics 315.


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Unknown said...

When it comes to 21st century apologetics I think Greg Koukl is one of the most unsung heroes of the time.

What frustrates me about Norman Geisler, Dinesh D'Shouza, and William Lane Craig and etc.. is their seemingly total and unwavering commitment to Aristotelian and evidentialist arguing. Greg Koukl is definately an evidentualist and keen logician but he also seems to give a great deal of value to presupusionalist and Calvinstic thought.

When there comes a man or woman who can put forth Greg Bauhnsen's logic, Micheal Horton's theology, William Lane Craig's philosophy, Dinesh DiSouza's debating skill, Norman Geisler's logic, and Francis Scheafer's loveability, then we are going to have one awesome defender of Christianity.

Greg Koukl is very close to this...I hope more apologists follow in his footsteps.

Anonymous said...

br4nt, I think the apologist you may be looking for is ........

Jesus !


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