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APPROACHES TO APOLOGETICS
Apologetics is the defense of what one believes. How does one give a defense of the faith? Clark Pinnock addresses these along with a look at how the early Christians gave a defense of the intellectual credibility of the Christian faith and how we can give answers to good questions others have about our faith.
This is a Legacy Audio recording drawn from a collection of free audio resources over the last 30+ years featuring themes which are still relevant today. Due to the archival nature of the recordings, some of the audio content may not be up to today's digital standards, but nonetheless, the content is still applicable.
Clark Pinnock, Theologian, (February 3, 1937 – August 15, 2010) was a Christian theologian, apologist and author. He was Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology at McMaster Divinity College. He was awarded both a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship to Harvard and a British Commonwealth Scholarship to England. He studied under F.F. Bruce at Manchester University. In 1965, he joined the faculty of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, taught at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, Illinois, Regent College in Vancouver, and at McMaster Divinity College until his retirement in 2002. Christianity Today wrote of him that "he was reputed to study carefully, think precisely, argue forcefully, and shift his positions willingly if he discovered a more fruitful pathway of understanding."