Friday, March 23, 2012

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (03/16 - 03/23)

Here are this week's recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
What Is Dualism?
Dawkins’s Youth Ministry
Who made God? - 3min Video
The Isaiah 53 Controversy
7 Scripture Texts About Evangelism
Index of Challenge Response Videos
The Argument From Cosmic Fine Tuning
Should Marriage be Redefined in the UK?
Pro-Life Answers to Pro-Choice Objections
West Coast Apologetics Conference this weekend
Atheists don’t own reason - The Washington Post
Christian Aplogetics Alliance Website now Live
First-Century Fragment of Mark’s Gospel Found!?
Daniel B. Wallace now has a blog. Go subscribe!
Douglas Groothuis’ Christian Apologetics Manifesto
Six Key Questions to Ask an Atheist in a Conversation
A Review of Stephen Meyer's "Does God Exist?" by TrueU
Dinesh D'Souza interviewed about his new book "God Forsaken"
Is the vastness of the universe evidence against God’s existence?
Building Better Technology by Copying from Nature: Fern Catapults
Summer Seminars on Intelligent Design - Center for Science and Culture
An Interview with Daniel B. Wallace on the New Testament Manuscripts
Dan Wallace on the Oldest New Testament Manuscripts (audio interview)
William Lane Craig discusses faith and reason with university students
Three ways that the progress of science conflicts with naturalistic speculations
In Search of a New Apologetic Part 1: What's missing from Modern Apologetics?
A Review of Indivisible: Restoring Faith, Family, and Freedom Before It’s Too Late
“You Can Shout Yourselves Hoarse”—Reason Rally Organizer To Reasoning Christians
American Atheists’ Reason Rally : eradicating Christianity, fleeing dialogue and debate
• Ehrman's New Book: Did Jesus Exist?: The Historical Argument for Jesus of Nazareth
Gary Habermas speaks on the Resurrection and Shroud of Turin on April 21st and 22nd in Montgomery

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Anonymous said...

There's a lot of links today. Thanks, Brian. I just realized how much I look forward to these.

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