FORT WORTH, Texas (SWBTS) – Some of the sharpest minds in Christian apologetics will gather in North Texas for the International Society of Christian Apologists. The annual meeting, which is open to the public, will be held for the first time at Southwestern Seminary, April 23-24.
Southwestern ethics professor, Craig Mitchell, expressed excitement over the opportunity for students and those attending to learn from the field of apologetics.
“They’re going to get an opportunity to hear from people at the top of the profession, and they’ll be able to learn some things just from listening to them,” said Mitchell. “But, they’ll also get to hear people who are rising in the field of apologetics.”
Plenary sessions will focus on “Creation: It’s Meaning and Implications,” and will be led by Southwestern philosophy professor, William Dembski, and Henry Morris III, CEO of the Institute for Creation Research.
“While the theme is on creation, it’s meanings and implications, there will be papers on a host of different subjects,” Mitchell said. Additional topics include archaeology as apologetics, ethics, philosophy of religion, and others. Breakout presenters include Norman Geisler, Kerby Anderson and Barry Creamer as well as faculty and students from Southwestern Seminary.
Conference registration is $40 and includes dinner. For more information, visit