People grow weary of evangelicalism all the time, and in what
follows we give ear to several ex-evangelicals as they tell their stories and give their reasons. Listening is an important aspect of apologetics. It's important not to rush into a defense of the faith without knowing first what issues are at stake—not if we want our apologetics to be personal. That is our aim in these "Exit Interviews."
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Issue: "Exit Interviews" March/April 2012 Vol. 21 No. 2 Page number(s): 8-13
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