Endorsements for Deeper Waters

“I count Nick Peters as a friend of mine and believe the ministry of Deeper Waters challenges Christians and non-believers alike to think through the implications of their worldview. Nick’s approach is rigorous and logical but remains Christ-centred at heart. We need people like Nick, prepared to “stick their neck out” to engage with the kinds of questions many people are asking today.”

Justin Brierley
“Unbelievable?” presenter

“The life of Nick Peters itself is a testimony of God’s favor and power. God has given this brilliant young man a passion for using the mind–which is often neglected by Christians–to reach the seeker and the doubter. He is resilient, focused, and disciplined. I believe many will be impacted positively for God’s kingdom through his servant, Nick. And I am proud to call him
my son-in-law!”

Mike Licona
Professor at Houston Baptist University

“I have known Nick Peters for a couple of years and, in spite of several serious physical ailments, he excels at graduate level research, writing, debate/dialogue, and evangelistic efforts with those of other faiths. I commend his ministry.”

Gary R. Habermas
Distinguished Research Professor, Liberty University

“I have known Nick for many years and have had the privilege of having him on staff as a voluntary moderator/leader in a theology debate forum which ministers to all segments of society. He worked his way into upper leadership due to both his personal character and apologetics ability. I have always known him to conduct himself in a Christian and God-honouring way and could recommend him for apologetics work without reservation.”

DeeDee Warren
Co-owner of Theologyweb.com

“I have known Nick Peters for several years and have been featuring his contributions as a guest writer on the Tekton website for nearly that entire time. He is also my ‘go to’ person for several important topics that are outside my scope, such as arguments for the existence of God and theism as a basis for morals. I find that he is able to succinctly and masterfully address these topics in a thorough and competent way. His talents are such that I have deigned to have him
as a Tekton ministry partner, and I cannot recommend him enough.

James Patrick Holding
Founder of Tektonics Ministries

“In the years that I have known Nick Peters, my respect and appreciation for him has only grown. In my opinion, Nick is a meticulous thinker, an astute apologist, and an effective communicator. I have always found his arguments to be logical and his positions Biblical.

Let me also say that Nick exhibits another quality sometimes missing in apologetics- he has a tender heart and great “people skills.” I believe that his kind demeanor is reflective of a life yielded to Christ and led by the Spirit. Nick Peters is an example to all who aspire toward apologetics and evangelism.”

Alex McFarland
author and broadcaster

“I am grateful for Nick Peters’ apologetics ministry. He is thoughtful and well-informed, and I appreciate the dialogical, relational approach he exemplifies in defending the Christian faith. I am glad to recommend his work to others!”

Paul Copan
Professor and Pledger Family Chair of Philosophy and Ethics
Palm Beach Atlantic University

“I am immensely impressed with Nick Peters and how our risen Lord Jesus Christ has gifted him. He is an amazingly bright and intelligent Christian apologist whose defense of the faith is simply superb by God’s grace. I highly recommend supporting his ministry. May our risen Lord Jesus continue to use him for his glory and richly bless him and his family.”

Sam Shamoun
Chief Apologist at
Answering-Islam

“Nick Peters has a gift for getting to the heart of important issues. Some of his columns about apologetics in the local church on Deeper Waters are not just good, they are outstanding — combining deft diagnoses of pressing problems with a remarkable sense
of what is really feasible in our churches.

Practical apologetics requires more than just knowledge, though it does take that; it also requires wisdom in its application. I am grateful that Nick has both and that he makes time, faithfully, to share that knowledge and wisdom with the wider Christian community.”

Dr. Timothy McGrew
Professor of Philosophy
Western Michigan University

“While I am hardly conversant with a large number of Deeper Waters’ blogs and podcasts, I am very impressed with what I have seen and heard. And during the two hours I was interviewed, Nick Peters was the most informed show host I have ever encountered. I think he knew my book, on which the interview was based, well enough to have been the interviewee himself.”

Craig Blomberg
Distinguished Professor of New Testament
Denver Seminary

Deeper Waters is the ministry of Nick Peters, a young apologist with Asperger’s Syndrome. This is a condition that he and his wife, Allie, both have. Nick writes a blog every day dedicated to bringing out the best in apologetics information. Among other things, he reviews books that impact our culture and writes on topics relevant to the church. He also has a podcast where he interviews the best in Christian scholarship, introducing scholars to a public that needs to hear their message. He’s having a powerful effect out of proportion to the scale of his ministry. Give him a listen!

Daniel B. Wallace, PhD
Executive Director
Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts

One Response to “Endorsements for Deeper Waters”

  1. Ron Sandison Says:

    Nick Peters, does a great job interviewing well-known professionals and authors in the Christian community. He also has a heart for God and passion for His Word. Each interview has great insight and wisdom. When you listen to his messages and interviews you will be blessed.

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