Friday, November 22, 2013

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (11/15 - 11/22)

Here are this week's recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
A to Z with C.S. Lewis by Lou Markos - .99
Basic Christianity by John Stott - 3.60
The Case for Easter by Lee Strobel - 1.99
The Case for Christmas by Lee Strobel - 1.99
That's a Great Question: What to Say When Your Faith Is Questioned - 2.51
• "If God Is Good: Why Do We Hurt?" Randy Alcorn - 1.99
What Darwin Didn't Know: A Doctor Dissects the Theory of Evolution - 1.99
Jesus and the Gospels by Craig Blomberg - 4.99
How Do You Know You're Not Wrong? by Paul Copan - 3.03

Where Did Evil Come From?
Undesigned Coincidences: Part 6
Apologist Interview Transcript Index
Lee Strobel on Evangelism and Apologetics
Debunking 'Bible Secrets' Television Shows
The Path to Becoming a “One Dollar” Apologist
C.S. Lewis in Poets Corner this Thursday and Friday
Morality and the Old Testament Law: Seven Quick Points
Chad Meister: can atheists make sense of morality?
10 C.S. Lewis Quotes That Show He Was Ahead of His Time
Remembering C. S. Lewis 50 Years after His Death, Part 1
Defend the Faith Conference - January 2014: New Orleans
What are the arguments for the historicity of the empty tomb?
Are We Ready to Deny Objective Morality? 3 Implications of Doing So…
Why Shouldn’t We Trust the Non-Canonical Gospels Attributed to Thomas?
Rev Prof Alister McGrath accepts Professorship at Oxford University
History Channel’s Bible Secrets Revealed (Episode I: Lost in Translation)
Bible Secrets Revealed? A Response to the New History Channel Series (Part 1)

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