Friday, June 15, 2012

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (06/08 - 06/15)

Here are this week's recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
Facing Suffering
Origins Straw Men
Finding God in Fairy Tales
The Redefinition of Nothing
Scaling the Planets and Stars
Is the Qur'an the Word of God?
Book Review: Popologetics
Can The Gospels Be Trusted?
Brigham Young Was a False Prophet
'Prometheus' raises big questions
Philosophy and Apologetics at HBU
On Guard Conference 2012 - video
Cornelius Van Til PDFs for Download
Polygamy in the Bible: A sordid tale
The Closing of The New Atheist Mind
Review: Erasing Hell by Francis Chan
C.S. Lewis on Rationality and Materialism
So You Want to Be an Atheist Apologist?
Young Earth Creationist Arguments Examined
A Different Jesus? - Mormonism Investigated
Video: Frank Turek Speaks on Same-Sex Marriage
MP3 Podcasts on Presuppositional Apologetics
How were the books of the New Testament chosen?
Three Essential Elements of Everyday Apologetics
Do Extraordinary Claims Require Extraordinary Evidence?
Resources For Investigating Today's Competing Religious Claims
Ehrman’s Problem 11: It’s Hard to Argue with the Consequences of Sin
Neil Shenvi lectures on the evidence for the resurrection of Jesus
Shooting Themselves in the Foot: Why Atheistic Evolution is Self-Defeating
• FREE Kindle eBook by Dinesh D'Souza: Godforsaken
Douglas Groothuis doubts that commentator Dinesh D’Souza solves problem of evil
New Rosetta Stone discovered: Translations from science journalese into English! (fun)

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psykojojo said...

I really enjoy some of Dinesh D'Souza's talks and I actually liked his book 'whats so great about Christianity', however i was never comfortable with his acceptance of macro-evolution and some of his recent moral arguements seem to fall short aswell, he gives a list of arguements (a caricature of them) that apologists tend to use and then claims that they don't work really work. He makes some decent points but i wonder if he just doesn't fully understand them

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