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I Don't Have Enough FAITH to Be an ATHEIST

Dr. Frank Turek
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  • Excellent Podcast!

    Frank Turek is one of the best apologists out there and definitely the most fun! I also love how gracious he is to his guests. I can’t think of another host who esteems his guests higher and earnestly plugs and believes in their ministries. Great content and always a fun ride!!

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    very easy to follow but very powerful for life essentials to walk with God and understand the times we currently live.

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    Probably the most informative and relevant podcast dealing with questions about living the Christian life while enduring the gale force winds of atheistic resistance. For those who are convinced that God exists, this is the go-to resource to help with the training and confidence needed in giving a reason for the hope that lies within us.

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