Friday, March 11, 2011

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (03/04 - 03/11)

Here are this week's recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
The Ten Commandments of McAtheism
Responding to Objections to Miracles (MP3)
Rationality, Validity, and Soundness
Darwin vs. Design Event: Oklahoma City
Understanding atheism
Science and the Early Church
Duns Scotus’ Argument for a First Cause
God and Materialism Conference: April 8-9
Upcoming apologetics event in Houston
Scientists Clinging to Blind Faith for All to See
Jim Wallace and the case-making Christian
Thinking Critically About Biblical Criticism
Love Wins - A Review of Rob Bell's New Book
Gospel Tip Line: Reliability of Anonymous Reports
What Early Non-Christians Said About Christianity
Craig Venter denies common descent — Dawkins incredulous
Two debates on Christianity and history featuring Richard Bauckham
Walter Bradley explains three scientific arguments for God’s existence
How should Christians relate with the culture around them?
Student groups in Canada and the United States seek talented writers

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Jordan said...

No links about Lent?

Interesting link on science and the early church. But that review of Bell's new book is terrible. It's obvious Challies was just combing the text for things he disagreed with. And he's completely unable to appreciate Bell's questioning style of writing. Instead, Challies has rigid boundaries beyond which it seems he can't think, even for a second. He approaches the text already presupposing that Bell is wrong about everything.

Here's a much better review by Greg Boyd:

Jordan said...

P.S. For those interested in the Bell controversy, one of my theology professors has written a helpful blog on 7 things universalism is NOT:

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