Friday, August 31, 2012

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (08/24 - 08/31)

Here are this week's recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
What is the unborn?
Don't Buy "The Science Guy"
Dangers of the Lazy Apologist
Apologetics: Who Need's It?
5 Questions To Ask of a Book
Jesus on the Problem of Evil
The MA in Apologetics at HBU
'Apologetics in 3D' on Video
Ravi Zacharias Website Redesign
31 Actions to Advance Apologetics
C. S. Lewis’ Approach to Apologetics
50 Important Philosophical Questions
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Darwin or Design? Conference Sept 2012
• Just downloaded: Columbine by Dave Cullen
Angry Anonymous Atheist’s Custom Keyboard
Lydia McGrew on identifying intelligent agents
Frank Turek Interviews William Lane Craig (MP3)
Stephen Law, his evil god, and radical skepticism
Apologetics Conference! Equip & Engage: New England 2012
Top Ten Things Augustine Contributed to Philosophy, Part II
Apologetics Conference: Contending With Christianity's Critics
Resources to Answer Bad Arguments Against Intelligent Design
Do extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence? (Part 1)
Has The New Testament Been Substantially Edited Since It Was First Penned?
Brian Auten interviews philosopher Robin Collins on the fine-tuning argument
Bill Nye the Intolerant Science Guy: "Your Kids" Need to "Believe in" Evolution

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jeremy said...

I'm reading the Columbine book, too. Curious of your thoughts.

(If interested, you might like Wally Lamb's The Hour I First Believed. Powerful book from a great writer.

Brian said...


I am only a quarter of the way into it. Can't say it's "enjoyable"—but very interesting.

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