Greg Koukl

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Gregory Koukl (born June 10, 1950) is a Christian apologist, radio talk show host, author, speaker, and the founder of the Christian apologetics organization Stand To Reason.

Education and work[edit]

Koukl received a M.A. in Philosophy of Religion and Ethics from Talbot School of Theology, and also a M.A. in Christian apologetics from Simon Greenleaf School of Law[1]

In 1993, Koukl founded Stand to Reason, an organization dedicated to training Christians to defend their faith with "knowledge, wisdom, and character". In addition to a weekly radio program, Stand To Reason delivers audio podcasts, articles, and video materials, many of which are available for free on the website. Stand to Reason is also well known for sponsoring unique mission trips in which students encounter those with opposing points of view, including Mormons and atheists.[2]

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