Friday, April 06, 2012

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (03/30 - 04/06)

Here are this week's recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
God's Solution
The Crucifixion
Is Christianity Evil?
Passion Week Articles
The Qur'an Unveiled
Definition and Role of Evidence
J.P. Moreland Books Now on Kindle
Tim Keller on Defeater Beliefs
Two Kinds of Defeaters for Beliefs
Five Reasons Why I Am A Christian
Why the Problem of Evil is a Problem
The Trouble with Theistic Evolution
Richard Bauckham: Easter Eyewitnesses
CrossExamined Instructor Academy 2012
Apologetics : Why your church needs it
Dr. Paul Maier on Pontius Pilate (MP3)
Why Do You Believe That? with Mary Jo Sharp
Smart Faith Conference June 8,9 in Phoenix
Parallelomania and the Terminological Fallacy
The Ontological Argument for the Existence of God
What would make you lose your faith? Alister McGrath
Tim McGrew interviewed about historicity of Easter
William Lane Craig on historical reliability of the gospels
Five Strands of Evidence for Jesus Christ’s Resurrection
• Universe from Nothing?: A Critique of Lawrence Krauss, Part 1
Universe from Nothing?: A Critique of Lawrence Krauss, Part 2
Why did Jesus have to die? 50 reasons from theologian John Piper
An Easy Way to Remember Evidence for the Trustworthiness of the Bible
Ken Samples on Best Explanation Apologetics: Abductive Reasoning (MP3)
Review: Did Jesus Exist?: The Historical Argument for Jesus of Nazareth
Podcast: Glenn Peoples on the Minimal Facts Approach to the Resurrection
The Resurrection of the Jesus: A Look at The Birth of Christianity and Christology

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