Friday, January 20, 2012

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (01/13 - 01/20)

Here are this week's recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
Did Jesus Say He Was God?
William Dembski Interview
The Bahnsen Stein debate
30 Units, 30 Lessons
Bertrand Russell’s Search for God
Resurrection and Historical Inquiry
Was Jesus Seen Alive After His Death?
Ten Crucial Turning Points—1: The Creation
Did Jesus Never Say Anything about Homosexuality?
London Apologetics Training: Has Science buried God?
Mormonism and God: A Philosophical Challenge to Mormonism
The Authentic Gospels - day conference this Saturday
Are the New Testament Gospels Reliable? by Mark D. Roberts
“The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible” by James C. VanderKam
84 Confirmed Facts in the Last 16 Chapters of the Book of Acts
Mark Nowacki’s “Assessing the Kalam Cosmological Argument”–A Review
Bart Ehrman to Debate Craig Evans at Acadia University today
5 Book Recommendations for Better Speaking, Listening, and Communication
Four reasons why positing the resurrection best explains the historical data
Cherry Picking the Bible? Are Christians Expected to Follow the Levitical Laws?
The Questions Christians Hope No One Will Ask (with Strobel and Mittelberg) March 10
Modern Myth: All but 11 verses of the NT could be constructed from the writings of the early church fathers

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Mikel said...

Great stuff, as usual. I appreciate your work, Brian. Thanks for sharing "Did Jesus Say He Was God?"

Drew said...

The falsity of "all but 11 verses" is a lifesaver. Part of doing good apologetics is in getting rid of bad apologetics.

Brian said...

Thanks to Daniel B. Wallace for that 11-verse corrective!

LittleGoose said...

totally happy to get that corrective too. Thanks for all the helpful links Brian.

not sure if I'm a presuppositionalist but the Bahnsen/Stein debate is on fire. Wish there were more people using TAG in formal debates.

Chad said...


Thank you for including Truthbomb in your Bonus Links feature.

Keep up the great work!


Kevin Craig said...

I like hovering my mouse over links and seeing where they come from (their domain) before I click, especially when I have only a few seconds and want to pre-screen links and only go to domains I trust. What do you see as the advantage of using only shrunken URL's? :-)

Brian said...


Sorry about the shortened links!
On this end it is a time-saver for me and offer me a chance to monitor link popularity.

I hope I haven't pointed anyone to domains they can't trust. : )

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