The Challenges Geisler Leaves Behind

by Brian Chilton

The world lost a tremendous voice in Christian apologetics on July 1, 2019. Norman Geisler, a prolific writer, teacher, and seminary founder, died at the age of 86. Norman Geisler has been an influential apologist for decades. Geisler earned his PhD in Philosophy from Loyola University; his MA in Theology from Wheaton College; his BA in Philosophy also from Wheaton; and a ThB from William Tyndale College. He has written numerous books over his lifetime including Chosen but Free, Systematic Theology, I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist (w. Frank Turek), Making Sense of Bible Difficulties, and his last book When Skeptics Ask: A Handbook on Christian Evidences. Geisler was a staunch defender of biblical inerrancy. He helped formulate the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy. Geisler’s passing leaves behind substantial challenges for future generations of the church…
 

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