Aug 12

Hillary Morgan Ferrer talk: Stealing Past Watchful Dragons

ACM hosted our first annual Athanatos Arts & Apologetics Festival this summer, August 4-7, 2016 in Greenwood, WI, featuring many artistic expressions: music, film, novels, drama, the visual arts, etc. In the spirit of ACM’s mission to defend the Christian faith through the arts, the festival encouraged artists to appeal as much to secular audiences as with Christian ones. In …

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Apr 24

What if you never found your favorite elements in any books you read?

In our last two newsletters, we asked, YOU TELL US: What if you never found your favorite elements in any books you read – would you have to become a writer and put them in your own stories? What is missing from stories that you could contribute? We wanted to share with you a response …

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Apr 20

In Defense of Imaginative Apologetics

ACM’s Executive Director, Dr. Anthony Horvath, delivered a presentation at the 2016 “Intelligent Faith” conference in Cedar Rapids, IA, on the topic of “Imaginative Apologetics.”  Below is the audio of that presentation. The description published in the program material: “Imaginative Apologetics” — A call to churches to defend the faith through the arts. From Bunyan’s …

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Jan 20

“Defending the Faith” Apologetics Boot Camp for junior and high school students

Event:  Apologetics Boot Camp:  Defending the Faith Date/Time: February 20, 9 am-3 pm. Location: ACM’s offices at 105 S. Main St., Greenwood, WI. Short Description: A survey of the evidence for Christianity and tips on how to integrate that evidence into one’s own life–geared to teenagers. Cost: $30 for the day, limit 20 participants. Lunch included (pizza and …

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Dec 14

Fault Lines Series: “First Principles: Life and Family”

The Fault Line Series:  Exploring the Ideological Divide in the War on Humans and the Culture of Death This Seminar: “First Principles” Part One: Life Part Two: Family ACM hosts regular conversations and seminars on deep religious, philosophical, and political issues. Each session lasts about an hour, with plenty of time for discussion. There is …

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Dec 12

“Inspired Scribe” Writing Workshop

“Inspired Scribe” Christian Writer’s Workshop Date/Time: January 16 @ 8:30-5 pm. Location: ACM’s offices at 105 S. Main St., Greenwood, WI. Short Description: A day-long writing workshop geared for Christians, hosted by ACM (Dr. Anthony Horvath and instructor and writing contest judge, Debbie Thompson). Cost: $100, Lunch included (pizza and subs). Description: This workshop will provide the author …

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Nov 30

Shop ‘Virtually’ Local — For Christmas, Give a Book

Support your ‘virtually’ local organizations, too! For Christmas, give a book from ACM and/or use our Amazon affiliate link for purchases.

Oct 02

Laptop for a Worthy Gentleman

GOAL:  $600. We have a gentleman associated with Athanatos Ministries who has need for a laptop.  Tim C. was paralyzed in a car accident a few years back.  It has been a struggle since then, as you can imagine.  More recently, he had to have serious surgeries related to his condition.  He is effectively bed-bound.  …

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Apr 28

The Golden Rule of Epistemology and Other Essays

Now available On Amazon and Kindle! In this collection of (mostly) never before published essays, Dr. Anthony Horvath tackles a wide range of topics of a philosophical, theological, apologetical, and, for the first time, polemical, nature. The title essay, “The Golden Rule of Epistemology and Implications Thereof” makes the contention that only the Christian worldview …

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Apr 02

Pathos: The Grand Myth

ACM is proud to announce the release, with the editorial leadership of novelist Rob Cely, of its newest literary magazine, Pathos. P quarterly magazine of culture and faith, Pathos explores all the major ideas that move our world today: in politics, science, art and popular culture, and examine what they mean and how they intersect with the life of faith. Each issue also includes poetry, fiction and art from some of today’s finest emerging talents. In this issue Pathos explores the idea of the Grand Myth – the foundational beliefs that form the basis of our worldview and offer the framework through which we interpret our experiences. Plus, new fiction from Anthony Horvath, essays, poetry and more.