Apologist andtheoretical chemistNeil Shenvi speaks with Mike Neglia about the importance of addressing the questions of “imagined interlocutors” in our sermons. Dr Shenvi believes that all Christians should be prepared todefend the faith with reason and evidence, and gives a few tips and suggestions to preachers on how to bring these tools into the pulpit with us.
Neil Shenvi (PhD, University of California, Berkeley) has worked as a research scientist at Yale University and Duke University and has published over thirty peer-reviewed papers. He is married to Christina and currently homeschools their four children.
Ian Clary on Evangelistic Preaching: https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/9/21/preaching-evangelistic-sermons-ian-clary
Nick Cady on Answering the Questions People are Actually Asking:https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2022/6/14/answering-real-questions-nick-cady
Amy-Orr Ewing on Apologetics :https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2022/5/31/apologetics-persuasion-and-evangelism-amy-orr-ewing
Why Believe?: A Reasoned Approach to Christianity by Neil Shenvi https://www.crossway.org/books/why-believe-tpb/
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