Friday, May 18, 2012

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (05/11 - 05/18)

Here are this week's recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
Defining ‘Fine-Tuner’
Karamazov’s Theorem
Codex Sinaiticus Online
Watchtower Investigated Blog
Sign up for Dropbox for free
Free Apologetics E-book Library 
The Evidence for God: Morality
Discover the Praying Life (video)
Theology Thursday: Alister McGrath
Seven Marks of a Good Theologian
Why bother with Jehovah’s Witnesses
An Intellectual Code of Conduct, Part 2
Where Are All the Women Apologists?
Philosophia Christi Summer 2012 Issue
R.C. Sproul on "How Old Is the Earth?"
Unbelievable? The Conference 2012: London
On Guard Conference: July 27 & 28 - Oklahoma
Occam’s Razor and the Cosmological Argument
Should Homosexual Couples Be Allowed to Adopt?
Unbelievable?: The Conference 2012 (preview) - video
Debate in Apologetics: Secondary Issues of Primary Importance
Systematic Theology Class (MP3 CD) by Wayne Grudem for Free
Book Review: “7 Truths that Changed the World” by Kenneth Samples
How long are the days of Genesis? Hugh Ross and Jason Lisle debate
Calum Miller vs. Peter Atkins "Does God Exist?" Debate - Oxford 2012
The Master’s Seminary Presuppositional Apologetics Lectures (videos)
Kindle Version: How to Stay Christian in College by J. Budziszewski for $3.99
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SLIMJIM said...

Thanks for the link! God bless you Brian.

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