Craig Parton is not just a lawyer who has been involved in some of the largest natural-resource cases, he also is the United States director of the International Academy of Apologetics. To lecture and debate on the topic of religious truth claims he travelled to more than hundred university campuses. He is the author of two previous works relating to the examination and defense of the assertions of Christianity, and is a regular contributor to the Global Journal of Classical Theology and Logia: A Journal of Lutheran Theology, as well as a contributing scholar to Modern Reformation magazine.
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