R&R Subscriptions / A.P. Summer Camp
Last month, we provided our readers with an offer that is designed to increase the number of subscribers to R&R. Keep in mind that we are not doing so to make money. In fact, the cost of printing and mailing R&R each month is virtually equal to the amount of money collected from subscriptions. No, we’re not trying to make a profit. Rather, our purpose of expanding our readership is single-minded: we want more people to have access to the invaluable material this journal contains. We go to great lengths to provide scholarly, well-written, informative, cutting edge articles that defend the Christian Faith by engaging the top sources of unbelief, skepticism, and atheism in the world today. In addition to numerous Bible-oriented articles that we publish each year, we provide readers with insightful articles written by men who hold terminal degrees in science. These men are scientists who hold degrees from prestigious universities around the country. Their scientific expertise equals (if not surpasses) that of the evolutionists whom they challenge. It is nothing short of thrilling to read articles written by qualified scientists who defend the Bible account of Creation and the origin of man. We think you will agree that such material deserves a wide circulation. Many individuals—whom you know personally—deserve to be exposed to these timely articles. What greater gift could you give to friends, co-workers, neighbors, and relatives than to bolster their faith and deepen their spirituality? For every subscription to R&R you purchase, you get one free. (See the center spread for more details). Why not call our offices right now and do a friend a favor? Please hurry, because the sale ends July 31.
On another note, Apologetics Press just finished conducting its first ever “Apologetics Press Christian Evidences Camp.” To say the least, we are elated with the results. Over 200 campers and staff workers participated. In addition to the usual fun and games that go with summer camp (i.e., canoeing, swimming, crafts, sports, etc.), and the devos and Bible studies that nurture the spiritual dimension of young people, campers were treated to some rather unique experiences. The overall theme for the camp pertained to proving the existence of God. Perhaps the highlight of the camp was the appearance of several A.P. scientists who taught classes and delivered nightly lectures—including a biochemist, a cell biologist, a mechanical engineer, and an astrophysicist. More details will be forthcoming, including an announcement that will set the dates for next year’s camp.