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Norman Geisler



Dr. Norman L. Geisler is a Christian apologist, teacher and author on the subjects of Christian apologetics, philosophy and the Bible.

Dr. Geisler was the founder and first president of the Evangelical Philosophical Society, a president of the Evangelical Theological Society, and the founder and first president of the International Society of Christian Apologetics.

He has taught at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and Dallas Theological Seminary.

Geisler was also cofounder and long-time Dean and President of Southern Evangelical Seminary in Charlotte, NC. He resigned there in September, 2008, and took a position at the newly formed Veritas Evangelical Seminaryoffsite in Southern California.

Dr. Geisler has been a leader in the defense of the Inerrancy of the Bible and was a founder of the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy which produced the famous "Chicago Statementoffsite" (1978) that has been a standard in the field ever since. He also was a witness in defense of teaching creation along side of evolution in the public schools at the famous "Scopes Two" trial in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1981.
- Source: Geisler Resigns and Goes to New Seminaryoffsite Christian Newswire, Sep. 17, 2008

Dr. Norman Geisler is the author or co-author of some 70 books and hundreds of articles.

In this broadcast, H.C. Felder interviews Dr. Norman Geisler who explains apologetics and deals with some of the most difficult questions raised against Christianity.

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This post was last updated: Oct. 27, 2008