People are hungry for hope. They want to understand our human condition–its origin, nature, purpose, and destiny. The Christian faith offers hope for individuals and the entire universe, grounded in absolute truth. But how can we effectively communicate to others that Christianity is true, especially the “deep thinkers” who believe becoming a Christian will lead to their intellectual doom?
Dr. Douglas Groothuis is a gifted communicator and Professor of Philosophy at Denver Seminary. He has the unique ability to challenge the highest-level thinkers while remaining accessible to those who are not as academically inclined. The author of 16 books has written, spoken, and preached on a wide range of topics–and that range seems to keep growing daily!
In this midweek episode, Dr. Groothuis sits down with Frank to discuss the additions he made recently to his most classic and voluminous work, Christian Apologetics: A Comprehensive Case for Biblical Faith, and introduces us to not one but TWO other books he penned this year–Fire in the Streets, and The Knowledge of God in the World and the Word: An Introduction to Classical Apologetics. You’ll quickly learn that Dr. Groothuis is a walking + talking Rolodex of Christian apologetics and can speak knowledgeably on any given topic from lament, propitiation, the ontological argument, slavery, CRT, affirmative action, and everything in between!
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Dr. Groothuis’ website: https://douglasgroothuis.com/
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