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Set Forth Your Case – Paper #10

Part 10 of a 16 part series… To catch you up, my father, Dr. Michael Ruth (an author, family therapist, and pastor since the late 70’s) gave me an assignment to read the book Set Forth Your Case by Clark Pinnock and to write a 1-2 page response to each of the chapters.  It might be a … Continue reading

Set Forth Your Case – Paper #3

Part 3 of a 16 part series… Here’s the spiel – Dr. Michael Ruth (an author, family therapist, and pastor since the late 70′s) gave me an assignment to read the book Set Forth Your Case by Clark Pinnock and to write a 1-2 page response to each of the chapters.  It might be a little difficult … Continue reading

Set Forth Your Case – Paper #1

The following post initially appeared on my other website (http://jonathan-ruth.com) before I had this one up and running.  To give you a little background, earlier this year I began working on some apologetics assignments from my dad, Dr. Michael Ruth (an author, family therapist, and pastor since the late 70’s).  The first assignment was to … Continue reading

The Apologist’s Imperative

My dad, an ordained-minister, family therapist and all-around great guy, gave me an assignment a while back to help kick-start my own thinking about what it means to be an apologist.  Here was the assignment: write a paper titled, The Apologist’s Imperative that wrestles with the following statement from Wittgenstein as it relates to the … Continue reading