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In a world of pandemics, violence, civil unrest, natural disasters, and utter confusion, how can we believe in and uphold the truth and goodness of Christianity? Join world-class scholars at FBC Rock Hill, in Rock Hill, SC, for the 28th annual SES National Conference on Christian Apologetics as we become more equipped to defend the truth and goodness of the Gospel in a dark and confused world. For questions, call (704) 847-5600 x201

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James Sterba

University of Notre Dame
Professor of Philosophy
Jim Sterba teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in ethics and political philosophy at the University of Notre Dame. He has published 35 books, and over 200 articles. And he is past president of the American Philosophical Association, Central Division, the North American Society for Social Philosophy, past president of Concerned Philosophers for Peace, and past president of the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, American Section. He has been visiting professor of philosophy at the University of Rochester and at the University of Latvia in the then Soviet Union on a Fulbright Award. He has also been visiting distinguished professor of philosophy at the University of San Francisco, the University of California at Irvine, and Santa Clara University. More recently, he has taught at Wuhan University and Peking University. In 2013, he received a grant from the John Templeton Foundation to bring the yet untapped resources of ethics and political Philosophy to bear on the problem of evil. This led to the publication of his Is a Good God Logically Possible? in 2019, and to the special issue published this year in Religions devoted to the topic of the book and to another special issue that will come out next year in Religions devoted to the argument of the book.