Post Author: Bill Pratt
In a recent post, I mentioned some of the speakers at an upcoming apologetics conference sponsored by Southern Evangelical Seminary. One blog commenter noticed that Catholic speakers were being featured at the event and argued that they should not be. He believes that Catholics are not Christians, and therefore cannot properly defend the Christian faith (which is the goal of apologetics). Specifically, the commenter mentioned the fact that Catholics do not agree with evangelical views of justification by faith alone.
I disagreed with the commenter and argued that Catholics are Christian and should be able to present at the conference, but I want to know what readers of this blog think. Should Catholics be allowed to speak at an evangelical apologetics conference? Tell us what you think by voting in the poll below. Also, share your comments on this issue by commenting on this blog post.