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4 Tips for Handling A New Challenge to Your Faith

At some point in our lives, all of us face tough challenges to our faith. Sean provides four helpful points for best responding to unexpected challenges.

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6 Reasons You Should Get Apologetics Training in 2019

Have you ever thought about getting formal training in apologetics? 2017 may be the year for you. Sean gives 5 reasons you should consider apologetics training.

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Top 10 Apologetics Tips of 2018

Sean lists the most popular apologetics tips from 2018. Some are about practice and others about understanding, but they will all challenge you.

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One Game-Changing Tip for Responding to Objections

What is the best way to respond to tough questions to your faith? Guest blogger Timothy Fox offers one invaluable tip.

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3 Failed Naturalistic Attempts at Explaining Consciousness

Explaining the origin of consciousness is one of the most intractable problems for naturalists. Sean responds to five common naturalistic attempts.

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Important Trends in 2018: Women in Apologetics

Why are women becoming more interested in apologetics? What unique questions and approaches do women take? Sean interviews Marilyn Tyner about these Qs and more

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5 Reasons You Should Get Apologetics Training in 2018

Have you ever thought about getting formal training in apologetics? 2017 may be the year for you. Sean gives 5 reasons you should consider apologetics training.

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5 Life-lessons for Apologists from Martin Luther King, Jr.

Martin Luther King, Jr. was undeniably one of the greatest moral reformers of the 20th century. Sean offers five insights from MLK's teachings and life.

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Has God Given Enough Evidence for Rational Faith?

Why doesn't God write "Jesus Saves" in the stars? Can faith be rational? Sean addresses these questions and more.

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I Thank God for My Doubts: A Personal Reflection

Why would Sean thank God for his doubts? Aren't doubts bad? Sean briefly shares some reflections on why he has learned to thank God amidst his doubts.