Friday, June 08, 2012

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (06/01 - 06/08)

Here are this week's recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
The Fear of Atheism
The Fine-Tuning Argument
Did Ray Bradbury exist?
Facing Up To the Porn Plague
What Really Happened at Nicea?
Becoming a “Seasoned” Apologist
C.S. Lewis on Reading Old Books
The Evidence for the Resurrection
Tim Keller’s top 10 evangelism tips
The Bible Is One Story (infographic)
How to Test a Worldview in 3 Easy Steps
The Moral Argument - video and commentary
VIDEO: VA Tech Debate on the Existence of God
Theories Concerning the Resurrection of Jesus
The cosmological argument and the new BGV theorem
Is God Just a Psychological Crutch for the Weak?
God and Agent Explanations: A Guide for the Perplexed
Like the Library of Historical Apologetics on Facebook
Why Should We Not Believe Those Who Claim Jesus Never Existed?
Free Apologetics Book: Inerrancy and Worldview by Vern Poythress
Ancient Non-Christian Sources for the Historical Jesus by Gary Habermas
Professor Gary Habermas on the difference the resurrection makes to him - video
News from the Cutting Edge of Cultural Apologetics — at Houston Baptist University
Dr Peter J. Williams - Things Which Ought To Be Better Known About The Resurrection Of Jesus - Video

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Anonymous said...

Thanks for the interesting list of links, particularly the Virginia Tech debate.

This recent discussion organized by the Veritas Forum with Herman Philipse and Richard Swinburne at the Free University of Amsterdam might be of interest as well:

For Philipse's new book God in the Age of Science: A Critique of Religious Reason:

Greetings from the Netherlands

Ryan Manns said...

Love the resurrection links. I think that is the most interesting topic in apologetics today.

Anonymous said...

This isn't an interview transcript but it is a sort of transcript of one of the things you mentioned -- the resurrection video.

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