Friday, September 07, 2012

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (08/31 - 09/07)

Here are this week's recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
Masters in Apologetics
The State of Apologetics
12 Things Science Can’t Explain
When Were The Gospels Written?
Rethink Apologetics Conference
100 Kindle Books for $3.99 or Less
The Difference Between Buddha and Jesus
Unpacking Atheism Simulcast with Lee Strobel
Unbelievable Conference now available on DVD
Book Review: “The Myth of Religious Violence”
Denver Seminary > M.A. in Apologetics and Ethics
Darwin or Design? Conference still taking registrations
Angus Menuge’s ontological argument against naturalism
On How to Have a Worthwhile Education: 11 Recommendations
Apologetics Conference! Equip & Engage: New England 2012
Theology Unplugged: Coffee with Scholars – Greg Koukl, Part 1
Summary of Alvin Plantinga's Updated Evolutionary Argument Against Naturalism
WOW. "Christian Apologetics" by Doug Groothuis' on sale for $4.08 on Kindle!
Nine Reasons to Get a Christian Apologetics and Ethics Degree at Denver Seminary
Love Your God with All Your Mind (15 Anniversary Updated edition) by J.P. Moreland
Great ebook: "Arguing with Friends: Keeping Your Friends and Your Convictions"

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Anonymous said...

Thank you so much, Brian Auten, for highlighting my book Arguing with Friends. As if the endorsement on the back cover wasn't enough of a blessing!

MaryLou said...

Great interview on the state of apologetics, Brian. Thanks for providing that link.

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