Friday, May 02, 2014

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (04/25 - 05/02)

Here are this week's recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
Alive: A Cold-Case Approach to the Resurrection - 1.99
Did Jesus Rise From The Dead? by WLC - FREE
If God Is Good: Why Do We Hurt? 1.99
Hijacking the Historical Jesus by Phil Fernandes - 3.99
What's Your Worldview?: An Interactive Approach to Life's Big Questions - .99

Atheism of the gaps
The Gospel Truth of Jesus
Just a Sabbath Day's Journey
Alvin Plantinga on Apologetics
Was Jesus a real person? - Video
Video: Is God a Moral Monster? by Paul Copan
Belief in God is the motor that drove science
Is Jesus Simply a Retelling of the Horus Myth?
Abdu Murray and Grand Central Questions, Part 1
Abdu Murray and Grand Central Questions, Part 2
Is There Any Evidence for Jesus Outside the Bible?
Is the Old Testament Ethical? Peter Williams MP3 Audio
Detroit Pastor Envisions an ‘Urban Turn’ in Christian Apologetics
William Lane Craig discusses reason and faith with university students
Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions Audiobook
Tim McGrew explains how undesigned coincidences affect textual reliability
J. P. Moreland explains the meaning of happiness in the Christian worldview
Debate Video: Karl Giberson vs. Stephen Meyer- Should Christians Embrace Darwin?
Free: Dr. Craig answers tough questions On the Trinity and The Problem of Evil
Cold-Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels Audiobook

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