Monday, March 14, 2011

Interview: Rick Schenker from Ratio Christi

Today’s interview is with Rick Schenker, president of Ratio Christi, a Student Apologetics Alliance that strengthens the faith of Christian students at secular institutions across the country. He talks about their initiative to start 500 apologetics chapters in the next five years. If you are an apologist, please listen to this interview and see how you can get involved. Learn about Ratio Christi. Adopt a college. Apologists are needed.

Full Interview MP3 Audio here. (36 min)
Enjoy.


7 Comments

  1. Tom Rafferty March 18, 2011

    Hello,

    I just want you to know that the skeptic community has refuted effectively virtually all apologetics arguments.

    I recommend perusing my blog,

    http://ratioprimoris.blogspot.com/

    if you have an open mind on the subject.
    (and, no, I didn't borrow the "ratio" from Ratio Christi — I started my blog before I ever heard of your organization)

    Peace

  2. humblesmith March 19, 2011

    I just want you to know that the skeptic community has NOT refuted virtually all apologetic arguments.

    In but one example, the previous poster, on his blog, continutes to repeat the old atheist position about how atheists are moral, so the theists' moral argument is invalid. This misunderstands the whole argument, either intentionally or unintentionally. The basis for the moral argument is that all people, theist, atheist, or otherwise, are indeed moral. The premise of the moral argument is that atheists are indeed moral. So when the atheist makes the case that they are moral, therefore the apologists' argument fails, it shows they have missed the point of the argument in the first place. (for more detail, see here: http://humblesmith.wordpress.com/2011/01/11/atheists-morality-again/

    This is but one example of how the skeptic community is quite selective in their responses to valid, reasonable arguments for the existence of God.

  3. Tom Rafferty March 20, 2011

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  6. Tom Rafferty March 20, 2011

    Humblesmith,

    Thanks for your response.

    To response to your post, I recommend perusing the following category on my blog and get back to me, either here or on my blog, if you wish to continue the discussion.

    http://ratioprimoris.blogspot.com/search/label/Morality

    Peace.

    (comment: I had to delete my previous posts, as I posted the wrong links)

  7. Tom Rafferty March 21, 2011

    Humbelsmith, and others,

    I have commented on another thread on this blog that I will not longer be commenting on this blog. As I said on the other thread, if you want to respond to me and have EVIDENCE against anything I have posted on my blog, please do so on my blog and not here.

    Peace to all.