Friday, September 21, 7 – 9 p.m., and Saturday, September 22, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
General Admission: $10 / Group Rate: 5 for $40 / Students: $6
Apologetics ought to be rational. It also must be imaginative, sparking wonder and creating and informing desire. This fall’s special lecture series encourages an integrative approach to engaging in apologetics. Following the likes of J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis, we will give thought to the relationship between apologetics and imagination, as well as consider what an integrated apologetic might look like amid a wide range of topics.
Holly Ordway, Professor of English, Houston Baptist University, and author of Apologetics and the Christian Imagination: An Integrated Approach to Defending the Faith
Denis Haack, Principal and Co-director, Ransom Fellowship
Dick Keyes, Director Emeritus, L’Abri Fellowship, Southborough, MA
Tom Becker, Founder of The Row House, Lancaster, PA, and author of Good Posture: Engaging Current Culture with Ancient Faith
Ned Bustard, author, illustrator, printmaker, and proprietor of World’s End Images
Rachel Ferguson,Professor of Philosophy, Co-chair of the Lindenwood Honors College, and Director of the Liberty & Ethics Center, Lindenwood University
Jessica Eswine,Visiting Instructor of Integrated Apologetics, Covenant Theological Seminary
Stephanie Hubach, Research Fellow in Disability Ministries, Covenant Theological Seminary, and author of Same Lake, Different Boat: Coming Alongside People Touched by Disability