Resources by Chuck Fuller

Chuck Fuller, a Regular Contributor to For The Church, is Assistant Associate Professor of Christian Studies and Director of the Honors Program at Anderson University (SC) and an elder at Renewal Church of Anderson. He holds a PhD in preaching & apologetics from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville and is the author of The Trouble with "Truth through Personality" (2010, Wipf & Stock), a sustained critique of Phillips Brooks's famous definition of preaching. Additionally, Dr. Fuller speaks frequently at a variety of conferences, contributes to Preaching magazine, and has published several scholarly articles in the areas of hermeneutics and apologetics. Married to Jessie, he is the father of two children--Kaylen and Ian.

Mar 22

Making A Pastoral Apology by Chuck Fuller

If you’re a leader, others might have been involved in the mistake, but they were likely following your lead. 

Sep 21, 2015

Leadership Looks Like A Cross by Chuck Fuller

In the shape of the cross, Paul led people to the cross.

May 22, 2015

A Panacea and A Punk

How To Keep Apologetics in Perspective

I love apologetics for what it can do for you, but I hate apologetics because of what it can do to you.