Friday, March 25, 2011

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (03/18 - 03/25)

Here are this week's recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
Houston, TX apologetics event
100 Academic Commandments
An Apologetics Arsenal
Book Review: "More Than a Theory"
Naturalism Can’t Be Sure
God of the Gaps
What is Religion?
Evangelistic Tips from C. S. Lewis
Stephen Meyer in FOUR John Ankerberg online videos
Spiritual Vertigo, by Lee Strobel
Are we born to believe in God?
Is the Qur'an the Word of God?
The Bible and the Qur'an - an Historical Comparison
Sign up for Lee Strobel's "Investigating Faith" Newsletter
Master of Biblical Studies in Apologetics
How Darwin is defended, in case you wondered…
Conference: Reasonable Faith in an Uncertain World
Biola Apologetics Events: March & April
What Is the Law of Non-Contradiction?
Love Wins: A Conversation on Rob Bell’s New Book
Book Critique: Four Views On Hell
God and the Problem of Evil (video)
What Christians Can Learn From Judaism: The Shtiebel
Nonsense of a High Order: The Confused and Illusory World of the Atheist
The Four Gospels: Do We Have Now What They Wrote Then? (Peter S Williams MP3)

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Anonymous said...

Thanks again for putting all of these links together Brian. I scour the Internet for stories but you find so many things that I missed every week!

emmzee said...

Great links as always Brian, thank you!

Just a note re the "Master of Biblical Studies in Apologetics" link ... from the school's website: "Tyndale Theological Seminary and Biblical Institute is not accredited, and has no plans to pursue any type of accreditation" This school shouldn't be confused with Tyndale University College & Seminary (which is ATS accredited, and my alma mater) or any of the other accredited schools with Tyndale in their names. It could be a fine school & an excellent degree, I don't know, but potential students should be aware of the limitations that an unaccredited degree will have.

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