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Christmas Myths

Scott Smith —  December 8, 2014 — 2 Comments

Introduction

mynotes[1]Recently, I ran across some notes I made several years ago in the days following Christmas. I’m not sure what inspired all my scrawling, but I had over a page of ‘notes to self’ as well as questions I jotted down for later research. That “later research” turned out to be Continue Reading…

Training For Game Day

Aubrey Smith —  June 15, 2014 — 2 Comments

Rarely do we ever know the last time is the last time.  For me that last time was a call 13 years ago today when I talked with one of my closest friends, Jeff.  We talked about college, ships (a favorite topic of mine), and comedy (a personal favorite of his).  As we wrapped up our two hour call he said “good-bye” in a way that felt like he knew this was the last time we would talk.  I wish I would have known because there would have been so many questions I would have asked him. Continue Reading…

Join us to meet James Harleman and listen to him elaborate on 21st century storytelling: how we got here, what it means, and how to navigate it with an eye for narrative apologetics.

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What is apologetics?

Scott Smith —  October 4, 2013 — Leave a comment

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The word “apologetics” is based on a Greek word used in the Bible. (If you want to dig a little deeper, follow these links to see the occurrences of the Greek “apologia”, and the related “apologeomai”.)

The word is primarily used by Paul, though Peter uses it on one notable occasion. In most cases Continue Reading…

2013-08-22 TCA Meeting FB invite

 

Thursday, Aug 22, we will be joined by Sarah Ankenman of The International Society of Women in Apologetics via Google Hangout. She will be speaking about apologetics from a woman’s perspective, and specifically about the unique opportunities available to them. This is open to everyone, but will be of specific interest to women. Bring your questions for a fun night of discussion. 6:30-8:30 in Room 7 at CLG.

Click here for Sarah’s bio.

Click here for Sarah’s blog.

This event will also be live-streamed below. Feel free to ask questions for Sarah and join the discussion in the post comments below. This post will be updated by 6:30-7:00pm EST