Friday, July 08, 2011

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (07/01 - 07/08)

Here are this week's recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
What Is Apologetics?
The End of Morality?
Can We Be Good Without God?
A Brief History of Apologetics
More Falsifications of Evolution
A secular case for the pro-life view
Can Science and Creationism Coexist?
Are the New Testament Texts Reliable?
How to Waste Your Theological Education
A "Twelve Facts" resurrection logic puzzle
Using the News for Apologetics and Evangelism
Worldview: Stephen Crane’s Red Badge of Courage
Online Christian Writing Conference: August 18th
Two more interviews on the historicity of Scripture
10 Reasons the New Testament Writers Told the Truth
• Looking forward to this book: Seven Days That Divide the World: The Beginning According to Genesis and Science

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_Nate said...

I just invited to you Google + and added you to an apologetics circle, not sure if you're planning to use this new social media but I suspect that it will take off, it's lower friction than facebook/twitter. Here's a video with some info on it:

captivatingeverythought said...

Thanks so much for the link Brian.
And that history of apologetics link is fantastic!

Nick Potts said...

hey Brian, thank you so much again for the word that you do. But i do want you to know something, the "What is Apologetics?" Link that you posted, it was good...but it apparently went bad and became a busted link. Sorry to bring this up, but I just wanted to point that out to ya. again, thank you so much for what you do and keep it up!

Brian Auten said...


Thanks. I am checking that link and it seems okay. But for anyone unable to access it, the URL is:

Nick Potts said...

It's working now! Thanks Brian! I think Holly was changing the format of her blog or some kind of construction to it and it wasn't letting me into it. So, thank you again!

Praise God for your ministry!

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