Missionary to Brazil Gives Logical Defense

Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. —John 14:6 From Russia to Africa to Brazil, Tony has noticed the same trend: “The difficulty for people to grasp logical thinking because of the education system that is employed throughout the world.” From […]

Science Teacher: “There’s a Great Hunger for the Gospel”

Twenty years ago, Dan enrolled at SES as a relatively new Christian after gleaning from Dr. Norm Geisler’s “fountain of knowledge” on the Bible Answer Man program. Around the same time, Dan left his corporate job as vice president of engineering and started teaching high school science while pursuing his master’s from SES. With degrees […]

Moving Traditional Seminary Training Beyond Online Education

The year 2020 has brought new challenges and concerns to many institutions of higher learning as they wrestle with the role online education plays within their educational context. With new challenges comes the opportunity to carefully consider unique solutions. At Southern Evangelical Seminary and Bible College (SES) we have come together to think carefully about […]

The Importance of Critical Thinking

As a Christian apologist, it is easy to take for granted the understanding that when we impart information to others, they clearly comprehend what we are talking about. Now, that may be the case with well-studied and well-versed individuals who understand critical thinking, however, the average American has not been exposed to critical thinking unless […]

What is Classical Christian Education?

With the increasing failure rates, violence, immorality, and attacks on God in public schools, many believers are looking for other options when it comes to educating their children. Those that look into the classical Christian school wonder how it differs from other types of education. Education that is classical is admittedly old.  Some may fear […]

Five Tips for Teaching Christian Apologetics

I have taught Christian apologetics to seventh graders through seminary students. I have done this in a Christian school, church, home, and graduate school; in-person and online. I even helped put it in print. I still find teaching apologetics challenging. Sometimes I feel I have forgotten more apologetics than my students will ever know.  Over […]