Tribute to Dr. Norman L. Geisler on the First Anniversary of His Home-going

I have had the great honor and privilege of serving as President of Southern Evangelical Seminary for seven years as of today, July 1, 2020. I can think of no better way to commemorate that seventh anniversary than by recognizing and praising the magnificent contributions to the kingdom of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, […]

A Tribute to One of the Greatest Christian Apologists

Dr. Norm Geisler’s death has me reflecting on his life. I had the privilege of taking three courses with Geisler at Southern Evangelical Seminary. In fact, he was the main reason I chose to study there. The man was brilliant, articulate, and funny—an incredible combination. He was a professor who had the ability to communicate with the […]

Twelve Things from Doctor Geisler for His Students

Forgive me, my heart is still heavy, and my eyes still cry. I will tell my Norm stories later, but for now I just lost my teacher, boss, colleague, and friend. All and all, sometimes more and sometimes less, I studied under, worked for and with him for 25 years. I miss him. He meant […]

Thanks, Dr. Geisler

I thought it might be fitting to eulogize Dr. Norman L. Geisler in the manner of our mutual philosophical mentor, Thomas Aquinas. QUESTION 1 Of Bestowing Accolades Upon a Creature First ArticleWhether It Is Fitting to Bestow Accolades Upon Dr. Norman L. Geisleron the Occasion of His Passing         Obj. 1. It […]

Does the Bible Support a Just War?

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