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Rev. Don Johnson


Don Johnson Ministries

HQ Phone: (714) 470-2048

Don Johnson Ministries

P.O. Box 7287

Huntington Beach, California 92615

United States

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Bob Jones University

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San Jose Christian College

Bachelor's of Science
The University of Kentucky

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Philosophical Theology
Criswell College

graduate degree

Multnomah Seminary

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By Donald J. Johnson Posted July 5, 2014, 12:33 p.m.

WORLD's editors recently selected Books of the Year in three categories: popular theology, history, and analysis. One of the popular theology runners-up is How to Talk to a Skeptic: An Easy-to-Follow Guide for Natural Conversations and Effective Apologetics (Bethany House Publishers) by Donald J. Johnson.
In his apologetic approach, Johnson, the president of Don Johnson Evangelistic Ministries, doesn't treat Christianity as a consumer good that meets a person's felt needs. Instead, he stresses the truth and reliability of Scripture and how the Christian worldview makes the most sense of the life we experience on earth.
In the excerpt that follows, Johnson deals with the skeptic's view of God as "a schoolyard bully who makes little kids give him their lunch money in order to feel better about himself. Johnson explains that God's motivation for His actions comes out of an overabundance of love, not cruelty or an inferiority complex. -Mickey McLean
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From How to Talk to a Skeptic: An Easy-to-Follow Guide for Natural Conversations and Effective Apologetics by Donald J. Johnson. Published by Bethany House Publishers, a division of Baker Publishing Group.

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The Don Johnson Show, 11-22-13 Don talks with caller Henri, a convert to the Baha'i... read more The Radical Sexual Ethics of Jesus

The Radical Sexual Ethics of Jesus November 1, 2013 Don and Brandon discuss John's Fugelsang's defense of Jesus in a debate with atheist Jamie Kilstein.
The Don Johnson Show, 9-21-12 Don and Brandon discuss last week's show with Wesley and answer a listener question about why Christianity isn't spread more equally around the... read more
Discussion with Wesley the Atheist Ex-Pastor, Part 2 The Don Johnson Show, 9-9-12 Don talks with atheist caller Wesley. Wesley grew up Christian and attended Dallas Baptist University and Dallas Theological Seminary, receiving a B.A. and M.A. in Philosophy. He then worked as a pastor for several years before giving up the faith. He now describes himself as an atheist secular humanist and works as a chaplain.
Don discusses the doctrine of justification and summarizes this paper in arguing that aspects of medieval philosophy led to a misunderstanding of what Jesus did on the... read more
The Don Johnson Show, 8-8-11 Don and Brandon bemoan the rampant anti-intellectualism in the culture (including within the Church). Along the way they reference last week's show, a blog post by Sigfriend Trent, and several emails and facebook posts that Don has run into... read more
The Irrationality of "Jesus Movements," Anti-Semitism, and Allowing a Baby to "Choose" its Gender The Don Johnson Show, 6-6-11 What are we to make of "Jesus Movements" in which people claim to follow Christ while remaining Muslim, Buddhist, etc.? Don and Brandon discuss the relationship between Christ and culture.
Don suggests this is symptomatic of the base sin of mankind: a refusal to accept our status as creatures. At the beginning of this program Don and Brandon address some listener comments about their arguments for... read more
Don and Brandon talk about that in reference last week's debate between Sam Harris and William Lane Craig.
Don offers an interpretation, and references this paper along the way. (You may find this summary chart of Romans helpful as well.) A listener inquires about those that have never heard the name of Jesus. Are they sent to Hell without being given a chance at... read more
The Problem with being "Spritual but not Religious" The Don Johnson Show, 5-3-10 Don and Brandon analyze the popular notion that we should be "spiritual but not religious" and suggest some problems with it.
A listener suggests that Don should be just as skeptical of his own beliefs as he is of Mormon... read more

Lee Strobel on Evangelism and Apologetics | Don Johnson Evangelistic Ministries

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Donald Johnson: Thanks very much for joining me, Lee.

Donald Johnson is the president of Don Johnson Evangelistic Ministries and the author of How to Talk to a Skeptic: An Easy-to-Follow Guide to Natural Conversations and Effective Apologetics

About | Don Johnson Evangelistic Ministries

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To accomplish this mission, Don and his team produce media, preach at churches, colleges and other types of evangelistic outreach events around the world, host a call in talk show, and write for web and print publication.

Don has served in vocational ministry since 1993, including extensive experience as an inner city youth worker and young adult pastor. He has a B.A. in Theology, Missions and Intercultural Studies from San Jose Christian College, an M.A. in Christian Apologetics from Biola University, and an M.A. in Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville. He has also done graduate work in the evangelism program at Multnomah Seminary and the philosophy of Religion program at Talbot School of Theology. His interests include hosting tours of the Holy Land. Don and his wife have four children and live in southern California.

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