Friday, July 22, 2011

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (07/15 - 07/22)

Here are this week's recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
Knowledge - What counts?
Atheism, The Paper Tiger
Win a Philosophia Christi Journal
God, science and evolution Part 1
Faith, Reason, and Personal Persuasion
Should Christians Embrace Evolution?
Apologetics: Why your church needs it
Accessible Apologetics: Curriculum Review
Planet Narnia by Michael Ward: Book Review
Sean McDowell: Lessons From My Father (Part 1)
Subscribe to RatioChristiTV's Channel on YouTube
Integrating Diverse Arguments in Apologetics Site
Is the Bible from God? 3 Signs of the Supernatural
William Lane Craig on the doctrine of substitutionary atonement
How Does One Atheist Support the Existence of Human Rationality?
The UK Centre for Intelligent Design Announces Its 2011 Conference
Ed Feser explains common misunderstandings of cosmological arguments
New study: frequent Bible reading leads to charity and openness to science
Before we had an "official Bible" what and who determined sound doctrine? (video)
Common Objection #16 - "We know nothing about Jesus outside of the New Testament."
Natural Signs and Knowledge of God: A New Look at Theistic Arguments
New Book: Reformed Epistemology and the Problem of Religious Diversity
Book Review: “O” God: A Dialogue on Truth and Oprah’s Spirituality

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jeremy said...

The Reformed epistomology book looks really interesting...I was following some earlier bit on 'warrrant' in the Van Till book by Greg Bahnsen and then the 'Four Views on Apologetics' book featuring a chapter on Reformed Epistemology by Scott Oliphant. I was a bit confused and am very happy to see another book to help me understand!

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