Thursday, March 4, 2010

Tune in to Take the Stand

If you enjoy classical apologetics, tune in to the Lutheran internet radio program Take the Stand, featuring Andrew DeLoach, Esq. Andrew is an attorney (hence the Esq. at the end of his name), and therefore particularly well suited for the apologetic task.

So that I don’t have to think too hard, I’ve stolen Andrew’s info from the Take the Stand website and quote it here:

Take The Stand has three themes: First, it refers to taking the witness stand in trial. Second, it refers to the duty of the Christian to take a stand for the faith once and for all delivered to the saints. Third, it refers to Luther's famous 'Here I Stand'. This show aims to take a stand and put other ideas on the stand, by examining facts, presenting evidence, and reaching a verdict.

You can hear Take The Stand on Pirate Christian Radio every Tuesday from 9-10 a.m. [Pacific time]. Listen live via streaming audio, or download the podcast and listen anywhere you want!

Andrew explores many of the great apologetics questions of the day, such as the historicity of the resurrection and the classical apologetic defense of Christianity. He also uses many apologetics resources in his show, including apologetics Jedi Masters such as John Warick Montgomery, Rod Rosenbladt, Craig Parton, and C. S. Lewis. So sharpen up those apologetics skills with a weekly dose of Take the Stand. You’ll be glad you stopped by.

1 comment:

Melanchthon said...

Thanks for the tip. I'll tune in!