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Apologetics Press :: Reason & Revelation
May 2002 - 22[5]:40

A.P. Professional Staff Members: A Valuable Resource—For You!
by Bert Thompson, Ph.D.

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As most of our longtime readers know, when we began the work of Apologetics Press in 1979, we set forth certain “non-negotiable” goals and objectives. In fact, you will find those goals and objectives listed on the inside front cover of our new 2002 catalog in my annual “open letter” to our customers and friends. In my “Note from the Editor” this month, I would like to discuss how one of those goals can benefit you specifically.

From the very inception of our work, we wanted Apologetics Press to become a “clearinghouse” for people who needed answers to troubling questions, assistance with difficult or challenging problems, or materials they could use to help strengthen their own faith as a Christian or to convert their non-Christian friends. Our aim was to “be here when you needed us”—a goal that we not only have taken seriously through the years, but one, I think, at which we have succeeded admirably.

Fortunately, after twenty-three years, we are in a far better position to offer such help than we were in 1979. For example, we now have twenty-two years of Reason & Revelation articles from which to draw. We have approximately a hundred tracts in print. We have nine different volumes available in our new “Scripture and Science” series. We have materials for children (like Discovery, our monthly magazine on Scripture and science), books for teenagers (like Kyle Butt’s volume, Out With Doubt, and the upcoming sequel, A Matter of Fact). We have produced a number of video tape sets (Rock-Solid Faith: How to Build It, Science & Nature: Two Votes for God, etc.). And we have established two wildly popular, information-rich Web sites (www.ApologeticsPress.org for adults, and www.DiscoveryMagazine.com for kids). And so on.

Kyle Butt

Kyle Butt, M.A.

But that’s not all. I also have a professional staff composed of some of the finest young men you could ever hope to find. They are dedicated. They are diligent. And they are determined. Plus, they are extremely knowledgeable in their respective fields. [I would not have hired them if they hadn’t been!] As each of them joined our work, I used this space to introduce them to you. So that is not my purpose here and now.

Eric Lyons

Eric Lyons, M.Min.

Rather, I simply would like to commend them to you as a valuable resource in their own right. While they always stand ready to help by answering your requests for written assistance, responding to your telephone inquiries, or corresponding with you (or with someone else on your behalf), those certainly are not all the tasks they are qualified to do.

Brad Harrub

Brad Harrub, Ph.D.

Each of these young men is well-trained in his particular area of expertise. Kyle, our Director of Biblical Research, and Eric Lyons, our Director of Research, both have multiple earned degrees in Bible from Freed-Hardeman University. Kyle holds B.A. and M.A. degrees; Eric holds B.S. and M.Min. degrees. Brad Harrub, our Director of Scientific Information, holds an earned Ph.D. in neurobiology and anatomy from the medical school at the University of Tennessee in Memphis.

And each of them is an incredibly talented teacher! If you are looking for a speaker for a future event, I would like to recommend that you consider one of our professional staff members. You will not go wrong, I assure you. Feel free to call our offices to discuss such matters with them. They will be more than happy to work with you toward that end. They, like all of us at Apologetics Press, are here to serve.



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