Bruce Little

Bruce A. Little has master’s degrees in Apologetics and Religion and a PhD in Philosophy of Religion and a DMin in Apologetics. Presently, he serves as Adjunct Professor of Philosophy and director of the Francis A. Schaeffer Collection at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, where he served on faculty since 2001 until he retired in 2018. While at Southeastern he served as the second director of the L. Rush Bush Center for Faith and Culture from 2008 to 2013. From 1969 pastored several churches, three of which he helped start, and taught at a Bible college (1965-2000). Since 1995 he has travelled widely to several continents lecturing in universities, teaching in a variety of schools and presenting papers at international conferences. He has published in various professional journals, edited several books, either authored or co-authored six books and contributed chapters in several books the last being God and Evil published by InterVarsity Press, 2013.


2018 Forum Sessions

Afternoon Workshops

Imagination and Arguments in Apologetics

This talk begins with a brief consideration of the idea of truth in the 21st century, where truth is not arrived at by argument, but merely a compliment paid to an idea that works for the moment. With exception to the hard sciences, this suggests that all truth claims enjoy equal value. Consequently, for many everyday citizens, arguments continue to lose convincing power. The last two thirds of the workshop deal with thinking how apologetics might regain some convincing power in the minds of our citizens for the sake of making Christ known. This provides a context within which to examination the apologetics of Francis Schaeffer and C. S. Lewis and their use of reality and imagination.

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