Norman Geisler

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'''Norman Geisler''' is one of the best-known apologists of modern times, and has often been called "the dean of Christian apologetics." He is a proponent of [[apologetics#Thomistic.2FClassical|Classical Apologetics]] and [[creationism|Old Earth Creationism]].
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'''Norman Geisler''' is one of the most well-known apologists of modern times, and has often been called "the dean of Christian apologetics." He is the co-founder of Southern Evangelical Seminary outside Charlotte, North Carolina. He is a proponent of [[apologetics#Thomistic.2FClassical|Classical Apologetics]] and [[creationism|Old Earth Creationism]]. He holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from Jesuit Loyola University, and decalres himself as a "modern Calvinist."
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On December 11, 1981 Norma Geisler testified in court in Little Rock, Arkansas, about how creation should be taught in public schools and said he believes UFOs exist and are the work of Satan. The states first witness in a case filed by the ACLU that challenged a new law that says creationism and evolution should be given equal time in Arkansas schools. He believes that UFOs are, "a satanic manifestation in the world for the purpose of deception."<ref>San Francisco Chronicle, Saturday, December 12, 1981</ref>
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==Publications==
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*I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist (Crossway, 2004)
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==Notes==
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Revision as of 23:55, 30 January 2011

Norman Geisler is one of the most well-known apologists of modern times, and has often been called "the dean of Christian apologetics." He is the co-founder of Southern Evangelical Seminary outside Charlotte, North Carolina. He is a proponent of Classical Apologetics and Old Earth Creationism. He holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from Jesuit Loyola University, and decalres himself as a "modern Calvinist."

On December 11, 1981 Norma Geisler testified in court in Little Rock, Arkansas, about how creation should be taught in public schools and said he believes UFOs exist and are the work of Satan. The states first witness in a case filed by the ACLU that challenged a new law that says creationism and evolution should be given equal time in Arkansas schools. He believes that UFOs are, "a satanic manifestation in the world for the purpose of deception."[1]

Publications

  • I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist (Crossway, 2004)

Notes

  1. San Francisco Chronicle, Saturday, December 12, 1981
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