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'''Josh McDowell''' is a [[Christian apologetics|Christian apologist]] and author of ''[[Evidence That Demands a Verdict]].'' <ref>http://www.josh.org/site/c.ddKDIMNtEqG/b.4104545/k.C857/About_Us.htm</ref>  As a child, he was homosexually raped by his father, Wayne.<ref>https://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/us/2017/april/i-was-homosexually-raped-josh-mcdowell-on-how-he-overcame-childhood-abuse</ref> As a teenager, he was an agnostic, an atheist by default, who felt that Christianity was worthless, but when challenged to intellectually examine the claims of Christianity, he realized its truth and converted<ref>https://www.josh.org/about-us/joshs-bio/</ref>, and has since forgiven his father.
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'''Josh McDowell''' is a [[Christian apologetics|Christian apologist]] and author of ''[[Evidence That Demands a Verdict]].'' <ref>http://www.josh.org/site/c.ddKDIMNtEqG/b.4104545/k.C857/About_Us.htm</ref>  As a child, he was homosexually raped by his father, Wayne.<ref>https://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/us/2017/april/i-was-homosexually-raped-josh-mcdowell-on-how-he-overcame-childhood-abuse</ref> As a teenager, he was an agnostic, an atheist by default, who felt that Christianity was worthless, but when challenged to intellectually examine the claims of Christianity, he realized its truth and converted,<ref>https://www.josh.org/about-us/joshs-bio/</ref> and has since forgiven his father.
  
 
He attended Kellogg College and Wheaton College.<ref>https://www.theopedia.com/josh-mcdowell</ref>
 
He attended Kellogg College and Wheaton College.<ref>https://www.theopedia.com/josh-mcdowell</ref>

Latest revision as of 21:42, 17 July 2019

Josh McDowell is a Christian apologist and author of Evidence That Demands a Verdict. [1] As a child, he was homosexually raped by his father, Wayne.[2] As a teenager, he was an agnostic, an atheist by default, who felt that Christianity was worthless, but when challenged to intellectually examine the claims of Christianity, he realized its truth and converted,[3] and has since forgiven his father.

He attended Kellogg College and Wheaton College.[4]

Though most of McDowell's publishing has been in the apologetics realm, he also co-wrote with Ed Stewart a series under the title "Project 911 Connection," the series featured small booklets aimed at youth dealing with contemporary issues (such as unplanned pregnancy, childhood sexual abuse, and thoughts of suicide).

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