Last year, Steve Hays and I put together an e-book of interviews with a number of Christian scholars about how they came to faith in Christ and how they deal with various intellectual challenges to the Christian faith. (The project was Steve’s brainchild and he flattered me into assisting him by inviting me to contribute to it; I agreed on condition that he also answer his own questions!) Anyway, we’ve just uploaded a revised edition of the book. This version adds answers recently received from Craig Keener.
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