Friday, March 06, 2015

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (02/27- 03/06)

Here are this week's recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
The Cell's Design by Fazale Rana - 2.99 on Kindle
Five Views on Apologetics - 2.99
• Worldview Conversations: How to Share Your Faith and Keep Your Friends - 2.99
Finding the Real Jesus: A Guide for Curious Christians and Skeptical Seekers by Lee Strobel - 1.99
Why Trust Jesus? by Dave Sterrett - 0.99
Does God Exist? by William Lane Craig - 0.99
Is the Bible Sexist, Racist, Homophobic? by Jonathan Morrow - 0.99
VeriTalks books, cheap on Kindle
The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel - 1.99

Easter Resources 2015
Jesus is not your invisible magic friend
The Christian Faith Is An Evidential Faith
Claims of Contradictions May Display Prejudice
The Case For The Real Jesus, Free Audio Book
Common Objection #24- "There is no evidence for God."
Using a Detective’s Approach When Deciding How to Interact
Confident Christianity Apologetics Conference Auckland - April 2015
Debate Audio: Dr. Gordon Stein vs. Dr. Greg Bahnsen- Does God Exist?
What do ancient non-Christian sources tell us about the historical Jesus?
Mike Licona explains the As, Bs, Cs, Ds and Es of New Testament reliability
Video: How Did the Bible Become Compiled into One Volume? by Mike Licona
New study: scientists discover that inverted retina / blind spot is not a “bad design”
Chapter One Review: The Resurrection of Jesus- A New Historiographical Approach by Mike Licona

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