Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Craig Parton to be guest on KKMS 980AM this Saturday!

Fantastic news!!! Attorney Craig Parton and Christian apologist extraordinaire is going to appear as a guest on Minneapolis station KKMS 980 AM this Saturday morning (09/9/06) from 11:30am to 1pm. He will answer questoins while promoting the 2006 Confessional Worldview Seminar being held at King of Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church in Golden Valley, October 19 - 21, 2006.
KKMS 980AM has online streaming. The call-in number is: 651-289-4499

KKMS is also the local home for Pastor Todd Wilken's outstanding program, Issues, Etc , heard Sunday nights at 9pm locally.

Please spread this exciting news!

Who's Craig Parton? Mr. Craig Parton, Esq. is a trial lawyer and managing partner of the oldest law firm in the Western United States--Price, Postel and Parma of Santa Barbara, California. Upon graduation from college, he spent seven years on staff with Campus Crusade for Christ, the last four of which were spent as national lecturer for Crusade. Mr. Parton traveled to over 100 universities and colleges across the country defending the Christian faith through lectures and debates. He received his Master’s degree in Christian Apologetics under Dr. John Warwick Montgomery at the Simon Greenleaf School of Law, an institution devoted to the integration of Christian faith and legal reasoning. Craig Parton is also the United States Director of the International Academy of Apologetics, Evangelism and Human Rights in Strasbourg, France ( His latest book is entitled “The Defense Never Rests: A Lawyer’s Quest for the Gospel.” He has published articles in both law reviews and in theological journals, including Modern Reformation, Logia–A Journal of Lutheran Theology, and the Global Journal of Classical Theology.

Check out these great links:

* Coming Home: An Interview with Craig Parton

* Luther Lite and Reformation Schmooze By Craig Parton

* The Defense Never Rests: A Lawyer's Quest for the Gospel by Craig A. Parton

* From Arrowhead to Augsburg: Bill Bright in the Light of the Lutheran Confessions by Craig A. Parton

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