Friday, January 28, 2011

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (01/21 - 01/28)

Here are this week's recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.

Propositions to Ponder
Letters vs. Myth
The Rage Against God
What Is Christianity?
Josh McDowell Book GiveAway
God, Black Holes, and Stephen Hawking
Useful or Useless Evolutionary Terms?
Fallacy Friday: Assessing Arguments
Being a Thinking Christian at the University
Common Errors in Bible Interpretation
Tactics and talking points for defending traditional marriage
A dignity argument against most abortions
• Currently Reading: Reasoning from the Scriptures with Muslims by Ron Rhodes
Don't be cruel to yourself, engage in theology!
Harvard Astrophysicist Supports Rare Earth Hypothesis
Book review of Stephen Hawking’s “The Grand Design” by Edgar Andrews
The Underestimated Agreement Of The Gospels
The Case for the Resurrection by Lee Strobel on Kindle (only 1.99) good deal.
• New book of interest: Alfred Russel Wallace: A Rediscovered Life
Is Glenn Beck a Mormon-new-age guru?

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paulcorrado said...

Just wanted to comment on the "Tactics and talking points for defending traditional marriage" link. I will not argue about gay marriage morality because i do not get my ideas on right or wrong from the same place many other people do on this site. I just want to point out that saying "marriage is about bringing together men and women so children can have mothers and fathers" would exclude couple that are too old, can not for any reason, or choose to not have kids from the many positive aspects of marriage. One more point, from what i understand marriage has changed a lot over the years. Multiple wives was common in the bible, arranged marriages have been common and even the idea of marriage being associated with love have not always been the norm in all cultures. (i am not saying any of these are good but just pointing out that it has changed a lot) I also want to thank Brian for not taking down my posts even when i may disagree with him or the majority on the site. I understand that some webmasters do this and appreciate that he does not. Thanks Brian!!

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