Giveaway: Future of Atheism Greer-Heard Forum MP3 Set

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I’ve been at the Defend the Faith Conference this week. I’m am giving away the MP3 set of the 2007 Greer-Heard Forum The Future of Atheism which is described as follows.

“In 2007 the Greer-Heard Point-Counterpoint Forum returned to New Orleans and featured a dialogue between Daniel Dennett and Alister McGrath on The Future of Atheism. Other speakers included Hugh McCann, William Lane Craig, Keith Parsons, and Evan Fales. Paul Copan also spoke on the subject as the Evangelical Philosophical Society sponsored a special event in conjunction with the Greer-Heard Forum.”

To enter: Comment below briefly explaining why Christian apologetics is important/necessary.

The giveaway will close this Sunday at 6 pm est. Then, I will randomly select a winner!

Here I blog…

Mark

p.s. I’m posting from my iPhone so I hope this works okay.

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The above article was posted on January 10, 2014 by Mark Lamprecht.
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1 SethDunn January 10, 2014 at 12:17 pm

Apologetics is important because the bible prescribes it.
I should get the prize because you probably don’t want me to leave you at the Waffle House in Slidell.

2 Tim Scott January 10, 2014 at 7:08 pm

God has called the Christian to give a defense for our hope. Apologetics allows us to make our joyful defense of the Christian faith.

3 Michael Buratovich January 10, 2014 at 10:11 pm

Apologetics is important because it is an act of love for our unbelieving neighbors.  While NO ONE is argued into the Kingdom of God, apologetics and help someone understand why their objections are not sound and why the Christian World View is superior.  It is used by the Holy Spirit to regenerate those chosen since the foundation of the world.

4 Mark Lamprecht January 12, 2014 at 11:37 pm

Thanks for entering the worst giveaway in Here I Blog history. :) Seth was randomly chosen as the winner of the MP3 set.

5 Stephen February 13, 2014 at 9:14 pm

Truly? Haha, if so, that’s rather funny… (I’m just a random visitor who found this page through Google)

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