Today’s interview is with David K. Clark, executive vice president and provost of Bethel University and author of Dialogical Apologetics. He talks about apologetics as a practice (and not just a discipline), being a specialist and being a generalist, his book Dialogical Apologetics, relationships and dialogue, how dialogical apologetics applies to methodology, paying attention to emotions as well as questions, “less is more,” becoming better communicators, belief formation, using creativity, the power of your character, advice to apologists, and more.
Full Interview MP3 Audio here. (47 min)
Other books by David K. Clark:
• To Know and Love God: Method for Theology
• Apologetics in the New Age: A Christian Critique of Pantheism