There are lots of resources on Christian apologetics out there, but you may have found that, as an average person, you still find it challenging to read and absorb the material. Two good friends of Apologetics Canada, Dr. Paul Chamberlain and Chris Price, came together to edit a volume with contributions from various Canadian authors to respond to some common objections levelled against the Christian faith, but in a way that's accessible. Tune in to this week's edition of the AC Podcast to see the thought process that went into this work.
Note: We apologize for the poor sound quality in some places on this episode caused by technical difficulties.
everyday apologetics: an interview with Paul Chamberlain and Chris Price
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Everyday Apologetics: Answering Common Objections to the Christian Faith edited by Paul Chamberlain and Chris Price
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Paul Chamberlain said there are good and bad forms of birth control like there are good and bad forms of driving, my response was there are no good forms of bad driving. I’m of the opinion God has not given use a license to control birth so any form is wrong like a person without a driver’s license any form of driving is wrong