Mormon FAIR-Cast 87: Fostering Faith and Countering Criticism: The Role of Apologetics in in the Information Age

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On March 29, 2012, Scott Gordon appeared at the UVU Conference on Mormonism and the Internet. In this address, he explains the mission, purpose and history of FAIR.

4 thoughts on “Mormon FAIR-Cast 87: Fostering Faith and Countering Criticism: The Role of Apologetics in in the Information Age

  1. reelmormon

    Scott, I appreciate your sincerity in all you do. I wonder why you did not also share the roundtable panel discussion as well?

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  3. bbmacarthur

    Why not include the roundtable response? Nothing could be more indicative of the MO of FAIR than to include the spanking received by John Dehlin who hates to deliver said spanking.

  4. Mike Parker

    bbmacarthur:

    People see what they want to see. I thought Scott Gordon did an admirable job and in no way did he “spank” anyone or “get spanked.”

    We linked Scott’s presentation, above, because he is an officer of FAIR and we thought his presentation might be of interest to supporters of FAIR.

    If anyone would like to see the panel discussion that followed (with Scott, John Dehlin, and Rosmary Avance), here’s a link to it on YouTube:

    http://youtu.be/JO6fD8M4OB0

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