"Greg Koukl used to think he was too smart to be a Christian.Hmmm. What am I doing this evening?
The founder and president of Stand to Reason, an organization that urges Christians to think more critically about their faith, Koukl thought Christians did not think enough for themselves. He set out to change that.
“I have learned that Christianity can compete in the marketplace of ideas, if it is properly understood and it is properly articulated,” said Koukl, who will speak at MU twice this week. “Christianity is worth thinking about.”
Koukl, who is also an author and radio talk show host, started Stand to Reason in 1993. It trains Christians — at conferences, in churches and on college campuses — to defend their beliefs in a logical and insightful way."
This sounds interesting. One can never be over-equipped to cogently express one's faith