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Join Us for a Live Online Apologetics Event December 5, 2015

We are pleased to announce the paper selections and program for the Covenantal Apologetics Colloquium, which will be held online on Saturday, December 5th, at 7pm (Eastern Standard Time). We’ll be streaming the event live through Google Hangouts On Air.

Earlier this year, we issued a call for papers on covenantal apologetics. We submitted those papers to our esteemed panel of judges for blind review. Out of that field of submissions, we are presenting three papers based on the aggregate assessment of our panel. More information including a video embed is available on our event page.

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