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"Theology Matters" with The Pellews: Moral Argument with John Ferrer

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Join Devin and Melissa Pellew each week at they discuss topics related to biblical theology, Christian apologetics and worldview issues. During the first half hour, Devin will be sharing highlights from his talk from last weekend at Overcome: An Apologetics Conference for the Church on the topic: "Overcoming the Hijacking of Science".

During our second hour, we will be joined by Dr. John David Ferrer, an educator and minister originally from South Carolina. He earned his BA in religion from Charleston Southern University, and an MDiv in Apologetics from SES. While in South Carolina he served 4 years as an associate pastor at North Rock Hill church, and 2 years as a collegiate missionary to Winthrop University. He moved to the Dallas-Fort Worth area where he married the lovely former Hillary Morgan. There in Texas they settled in, both teaching as while he earned a ThM and PhD in philosophy of religion at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. John spent 6 years teaching apologetics to high school students at Pantego Christian Academy and has also taught ethics, world religions, philosophy and logic at the college level. 

John has debated several well-known atheists and served for two semesters as Chapter Director with Ratio Christi at Dallas Baptist University. Currently he and Hillary live in Pella, Iowa where they develop content for an education based website and pine for apologetics opportunities. John has delivered presentations on abortion in many venues. John and Hillary are passionate about prolife apologetics identifying it as the single-largest crime against humanity the world has ever seen. On today's broadcast, we will be discussing the Moral Argument for God's Existence and John'srecent debate with atheist activist Matt Dillahunty on the topic. You do not want to miss it!

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