Apologetics: A New Model Gains Momentum

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Meet The Skeptic is a new model that takes the intimidation out of defending one's faith by breaking down skepticism into recognizable categories.

Bill Foster (president, presenter, and author) of the Oak Ridge, NC-based Meet The Skeptic apologetics ministry is getting enthusiastic feedback from adults and students looking for answers for their non-believing friends.

Rather than expecting believers to memorize individual answers to hundreds of objections, Meet the Skeptic breaks down skepticism into four categories. Bill Foster says, "It's like having a mental toolbox. You learn to ask good questions, recognize the root ideas behind objections, and clarify the muddled expressions skeptics use." Bill continues, "Knowledge and answers are great, but only if understanding comes first. You don't have to be a scholar or an academic to be effective in a conversation." Digging up presuppositions before answering individual questions that may lead nowhere is the crux of Meet the Skeptic.

A college student in SC said, "I hate to read, but I read your book and took something I could use from it." A church college ministry leader and presentation attendee described it as, "...such practical and timely knowledge for our students."

That kind of response is becoming common as Meet The Skeptic gains interest from as far away as Cape Town, South Africa, Hawaii, and numerous states throughout the continental U.S.

Bill's professional graphic design experience (he's the owner of HigherWerks, Inc, a brand image and design firm) allows him to communicate concepts through pop-culture references and illustrations together with biblical support that readers and audiences can grasp.

Bill is currently speaking to churches, college and high school audiences, and is a participant in worldview conferences. He has also been interviewed on the national radio broadcasts, "The Janet Mefferd Show" and "Sound Rezn with Alex McFarland."

For more information, book purchases, and presentation summaries visit the Meet the Skeptic website at http://www.meettheskeptic.com/.


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