In this blast from the past, J. Warner reflects on his attendance at the Evangelical Theological Society Annual Meeting and makes several observations related to Christian Case Making. Ever think you don’t know enough to be a good “One Dollar Apologist”? You are more important to the Christian community than you might think. J. Warner will tell you why in this podcast.
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