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Apologist March Madness

In an annual tradition, I put apologists head to head in a March Madness tournament! In something that started as something I did for fun, I’ve now seen become a big thing that promotes apologists from all around the world. This page has a little bit of information about the tournament and at the bottom is the tournament history.

Who is involved? 256 Apologists qualify for this tournament through an extensive process lasting 11 months. Qualifying is open to all Christian Apologists, regardless of if they are professionals, amateurs, or anything else in between! If you want to participate, contact me!

What is this tournament? In this tournament, we put 256 Christian Apologists head to head. This tournament is a single-elimination tournament which will continue until there is a champion. There is also a consolation bracket that will recognize Apologists who finish from 3rd-16th place!

Where will this tournament take place? Voting occurs on my main Twitter account for the duration of the tournament. The consolation bracket and qualifiers for future tournaments occur on my secondary Twitter account.

When will this tournament take place? This tournament begins in late February and ends in early April.

Why does this tournament exist? This is NOT a tournament with the goal to find the best Apologist. This tournament exists to glorify God through the promotion of Apologetics. Throughout the month of the tournament, I hope that many people find Apologists that they have never heard of before.

How can I be involved? You can be involved in several ways. This includes voting, following new Apologists, and praying for others to connect with Apologists as well! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me and I will try to respond promptly. Also, if you are able, you can support this ministry to help keep things like this going, but please feel no pressure to do so!

The full record book can be found here.

2020: YouTube Highlights|Bracket

2019: YouTube Highlights