About fauxpologetics

From Jesus’ use of the mote-plank comparison to Paul’s suggestion that some troublemakers castrate themselves, the pages of the Bible are chock full of comical gold! The purpose of fauxpologetics is to bring some of that humor into the conversation of Christian apologetics (a sometimes droll affair that, while very serious, can die the death of chalk-dry technicality).

Some current inspirations are the dry wit of Alvin Plantinga, the wordplay and quips of John Lennox, the deadpan hilarity of J. P. Moreland, the polite understatements of Justin Brierley, the Shakespearean rebuttals of Tim McGrew, and the cool-yet-Gallagher-sized logic smashes of William Lane Craig.

Soli Deo Gloria

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