Thursday, June 17, 2010

Apologetics and the Reformed Church, Part 2:

Way back in February, I wrote a post on the topic of Apologetics and the Reformed Church. I have heard many times that the Reformed Church talks about apologetics and apologetic methods, but never gets around to actually doing apologetics. I do not believe this to be true, and wrote that first post as a small rebuttal, pointing out the work of James White and Alpha and Omega Ministries.

Today, I want to bring to your attention another Apologetic Ministry: is more than just a website; the staff also hosts a weekly radio show (heard in the Los Angeles area on KKLA 99.5 FM--see the website for details), and have one of the most popular apologetics podcasts in the country (available through iTunes). These men and women engage the culture every week (and more frequently on their website through the discussion board and various blogs) on relevant topics ranging from movie reviews to blog posts on "Science and the Christian Life." Recent radio show/podcast topics include: "The War Over Art," "Are You Trying to Manipulate Me?" "Sacrifice and the Christian Life," and "Quantum Physics and Christology." In other words, these reformed men and women are doing apologetics, not just talking about it.

The next time someone tells you Reformed Christians only talk about apologetics and apologetic method, but never get into the work of apologetics, point out the work of the team at to them.

[Do you have a favorite reformed apologetic ministry? Feel free to post it in the comments and I may highlight it in a future post in my "Apologetics and the Reformed Church" series.]

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