The Apologist’s Repertoire

4 thoughts on “The Apologist’s Repertoire”

  1. I remember Walter Martin fondly and was also astounded at his persuasive manner. Your writing is continuing that tradition brother. BTW, i’m going to link this piece on my blog because it’s a welcome compliment to the summaries of “Fools Talk” I’m posting.

  2. I much appreciate this article! I learned i am an autodidact. I like it! It sounds arresting –effectual even– as opposed to amateur. Is it possible for an autodidact to grow deep and strong without the aide of the systematic study of the classroom, of mentors, and guides?

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