Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry

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Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry (CARM) is a internet based Christian apologetics ministry.[1] CARM provides information on Christian Doctrine, theology, evangelism, and other subjects.[2] CARM's mission is to present an accurate and biblical representation of Christianity and answer the objections of critics of Christianity.[3]

The founder and President of CARM is Matthew J. Slick who holds a Masters of Divinity from Westminster Theological Seminary. CARM is linked to hundreds of websites and has been quoted in newspapers, magazines, and on radio. Currently CARM receives about 250,000 page views per week in the entire site and 33,000 weekly on the home page. In addition, the ministry receives 12,000 emails a year.[4]

External links

  • CARM (official site)