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    Respected author with a broad range of apologetics
    January 21, 2022
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    Tawa J. Anderson is an assistant professor of philosophy and the director of the Honors Program at Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee, Oklahoma. He holds a Ph.D. from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and his research interests are centered around contemporary Christian philosophy, particularly philosophical apologetics. He has written articles in several different journals, including Christian Scholars Review, Calvin Theological Journal, and Trinity Journal. Anderson has led and spoken at many apologetic workshops, seminars, and conferences in western Canada, Kentucky, Oklahoma, and Colorado. Heath A. Thomas is President and Associate Professor of Old Testament at Oklahoma Baptist University. Prior to serving as President, Thomas served as Director of Ph.D. Studies and Associate Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Gloucestershire and he has a interest in researching the Minor Prophets, a Christian theology of lament, and theological interpretation of Scripture. Thomas is the author and co-author of six books, including The Gospel of Our King: Bible, Worldview and the Mission of Every Christian, Faith Amid the Ruins: The Book of Habakkuk, A Manifesto for Theological Interpretation, and Hearing the Old Testament: Listening for Gods Address. This book presents straightforward explanations of core apologetics topics, ranging from arguments for Gods existence and the legitimacy of Christs resurrection to common questions regarding religious practices. This book appeals to both believers and unbelievers alike and offers a resource for those who wish to delve deeper in the realm of apologetics. Reviewed for Eleutheria, Liberty divinity journal (Volume 5, Issue 2).
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