Resource Highlight: Giving the Skeptical World Reasons To Believe

If you enjoyed listening to my debate with distinguished skeptic and professor Lewis Wolpert, I recommend this latest DVD resource: Unbelievable? The Conference 2012.

This May 2012 conference, featuring an international lineup of speakers, drew hundreds to London. Jointly sponsored by Reasons To Believe and Premier Christian Radio’s unique outreach program, Unbelievable?, the gathering focused on pressing topics in apologetics and evangelism. Radio personality Justin Brierley, host of Unbelievable?, served as conference moderator.

Speakers included Oxford professor John Lennox, theologian Michael Green, UK Evangelical Alliance Director Krish Kandiah, Alpha International’s Global Director Bonnie Yule-Keuhne, and former atheists Daniel Rodger and Peter Byrom, along with me and my RTB colleague Kenneth Samples.

This 3-DVD set (available at the RTB web store) contains 10+ hours of teaching, special features, and Q&A.

•    God & Science: Cosmic Reasons for Christ, with Hugh Ross
•    Whose Worldview? C.L.E.A.R. Reasons for Christianity, with Kenneth Samples
•    Gunning for God: Why the New Atheists Are Missing the Target, with John Lennox
•    Evangelism Remixed: New Models for Evangelism in the 21st Century, with Krish Kandiah and Bonnie Yule-Keuhne
•    Evangelism in a Skeptical World, with John Lennox and Hugh Ross
•    Evangelism in a Multifaith World, with Michael Green and Kenneth Samples
•    Confessions of a Compulsive Thinker, with Kenneth Samples
•    Confessions from the Mission Field, with Krish Kandiah and Michael Green
•    Confessions of a Former Atheist, with Daniel Rodger, Peter Byrom, and Hugh Ross

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