Aug 02

Why Do You Believe? – 7 Apologetics Audio Sessions

Welcome again to Apologetics for Tweens! This month I decided to provide audio sessions from our summer apologetics training series conducted in my church, First Baptist in Peachtree City, GA. Each audio link is about an hour and was given to a group of 50 to over 100 adults, college students, high school youth and even younger youth. The interest and feedback was exceptional. There are two weeks that were not recorded due to technical difficulties. Those two powerpoints are attached so you at least have that. In some cases there may be brief periods of silence where questions were asked from the audience without a microphone. Please be patient. I hope you enjoy the sessions. Please let me know if you have any questions or comments at . Powerpoints are also available on a per request basis.

Here are the links to the audio files:

Wk 1 – Intro to Apologetics, challenges

Wk 2 – Truth, Does God exist

Wk 3 – Science issues. audio not available. See powerpoint.

Apologetics discussion session 3 (6-11-18)

Wk 4 – Bible reliability. audio not available. See powerpoint.

Apologetics discussion session 4 (6-18-18)

Wk 5 – Jesus, atheism, agnosticism

Wk 6 –Problem of evil, other religions

Wk 7 – Predestination, OSAS, those who never hear

Tom Griffin


    • Patricia Johnson on May 12, 2019 at 9:05 pm
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    Our church is look on lessons for grade 6. Is there an audio presentation someplace showing one of the lessons actually presented to youth

    Thank You

    1. Hi,
      Thank you for your post. I’m not sure how long ago you posted as i only realized now I did not have Admin access to see comments and take action. That has ben resolved.

      I don’t have a direct lesson audio for you. The closest I can do is two sessions I recorded where i was doing a little testing of some key questions over a year ago. Please review:

      But how other teachers present might be different than how i present anyway since I am the author and have 20 years of apologetics experience.

      Typically there are three methods that teachers use with my curriculum:
      – for homeschool teachers, they often distribute the lesson in advance and ask students to come prepared for questions and discussion
      – for Sunday School teachers, they either read the lesson directly from the curriculum or they review in advance themselves, make notes, and present in their own style

      A typical weekly scripture and apologetis lesson is designed to fit within a one hour timeframe.

      If you wish to discuss this further, please contact me at 770-597-2654 or by email at


      Tom Griffin

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