Joshua D. Chatraw


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Associate Professor of Theology and Apologetics
Executive Director of The Center for Apologetics and Cultural Engagement

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“Christians should pay close attention to how, even in the most “enlightened” modern cultures, our novels and movies remind us of the human hunger for something beyond this world.”
Joshua D. Chatraw, Telling a Better Story: How to Talk About God in a Skeptical Age

“The pursuit of individual freedom has meant losing true love. Consumerism has led to despair. And our pop psychology has removed neither our guilt nor our anger. And with the loss of a traditional understanding of sin, we’ve also lost the resources needed to truly forgive and find peace with one another.”
Joshua D. Chatraw, Telling a Better Story: How to Talk About God in a Skeptical Age

“This book is about engaging the deepest aspirations of our secular friends and asking them to consider how the story of the gospel, as strange as may seem to them at first, just may lead them to what their heart has been looking for all along.”
Joshua D. Chatraw, Telling a Better Story: How to Talk About God in a Skeptical Age



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