Friday, February 21, 2014

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (02/14 - 02/21)

Here are this week's recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
The Divine Conspiracy by Dallas Willard - 3.99
The Spirit of the Disciplines by Dallas Willard - 3.99
That's a Great Question: What to Say When Your Faith Is Questioned - 1.84
Four Views on Hell - 3.79
Exegetical Fallacies - 3.03
Five Views on Apologetics - 2.99
Four Views on Divine Providence - 3.99
Five Views on Biblical Inerrancy - 3.79
Four Views on the Historical Adam - 3.99
Is God a Moral Monster? by Paul Copan - 3.99
Three Views on Creation and Evolution - 3.99
4 Views on God and Canaanite Genocide - 3.99
Are Miraculous Gifts for Today?: 4 Views - 3.99
Four Views on Salvation in a Pluralistic World - 3.79
Three Views on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament - 3.99
The Lost World of Genesis One: Ancient Cosmology and the Origins Debate - 2.99

The Problem of Evil and Suffering
The Atheistic Reliability Problem
Old Testament iWitness on the App Store
Are The Gospels Written By Eyewitnesses?
Do Atheists Believe in Just One Less God Than Christians?
Video: What Would You Say to a Muslim if You Only Had a Minute?
Domesticated Camels in Israel: new evidence that ‘breaks the Bible’s back’?
Video Debate: William Lane Craig vs. Louise Antony- Is God Necessary for Morality?:
William Lane Craig debates Alex Rosenberg: Does God Exist? Video, MP3 audio and summary

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Anonymous said...

Some awesome books here, especially the four views on hell. Thanks for bringing these to our attention Brian!

Note - I clicked on the link for “4 Views on Hell” and bought the book. Afterward, I wondered if we click on the links to purchase the books, does a percentage still go to A315 or do we need to click the specified link at the bottom, do a search for the book, and then buy it?

I’ll wait for a reply before buying one or more of the other very interesting books liked above. After all, giving some financial support to A315 is the least I could do to show my thankfulness for all thecresources here. They’ve been like an educational lifeline since moving toba tiny island in the Far East.

Brian said...

Thanks. You only need to use the book links themselves.

Anonymous said...

Excellent! Time for me to go back and search through the older posts for some more great finds...

(Pardon my enthusiasm. Just got into ebooks recently.)

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