Michael Licona of 4Truth.net interviews Dr. Tim McGrew on Hidden Gems in Old Apologetics Literature. This great interview (found here) discusses the history of apologetics and the amazing resources to be found in some of the almost-forgotten literature of the past. Be sure to visit the Library of Historical Apologetics for more classical apologetic works.
Full Interview MP3 Audio here. (40 min)
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