Lee Strobel, Colleagues at HBU Launch Center for American Evangelism, Hope to Address Crisis of Skepticism

December 31, 2014


Author and Christian apologist Lee Strobel along with colleagues at Houston Baptist University announced this week that in response to an increasing tide of skepticism in the U.S. they are launching the Center for American Evangelism program and initiative. "We are facing a crisis in America. Skepticism is rising. Too many young people are leaving the faith. Few Christians are able to effectively share Jesus with others," Strobel said in a statement released exclusively to The Christian Post.

 

Read more at: http://www.christianpost.com/news/lee-strobel-colleagues-at-hbu-launch-center-for-american-evangelism-hope-to-address-crisis-of-skepticism-131862/  


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