Tom Gilson

Research Part 2: Testing the Theory With Motivated Individuals

As a first test of this model’s applicability to apologetics, we recruited Apologetics-Interested Persons (AIPs) through Ratio Christi ...

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Research Part 3: Respondent Demographics

Of 135 persons who responded to our survey, 107 indicated they were actively involved in using or learning ...

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Research Part 4: Qualitative (Open-Ended) Research Results

The heart of the survey consisted in two open-ended questions: “In just a few words, what one to ...

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Research Part 5: Quantitative Results

We asked how open AIPs’ (Apologetics-Interested Persons’) pastors were to apologetics being taught in their churches. More than ...

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Research Part 6: Conclusions

Expectancy Theory 1: Capacity to Do the Task Expectancy theory leads us to believe that individuals will be ...

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Research Part 7: Discussion

While this study suffers the limitations of a small, non-representative convenience sample, nevertheless it suggests several motivational factors ...

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Research Note: What About Statistical Significance?

The quantitative relationships shown in this survey were the only ones that met a minimum (p<.05) standard for ...

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Research Plan

The Spiritual Readiness Project is doing broad-based research into what motivates people to be equipped for confidence, discovering ...

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Urgent Call to the Church: Wake Up and Take Action!

These events are accelerating. LGBT activists allow absolutely no dissent. This is thought-control in action…. So I urgently ...

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Launch is Underway; Prayers of Thanksgiving

This morning, October 30, we have well over 100 responses to the first-phase research with which we’ve launched this ...

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Are you an apologist?

Whether your apologetics work is online, in your church, or on a wider stage, please share your story: What’s it like for you?

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