Friday, July 31, 2015

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (07/24 - 07/31)

Here are this week's recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
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Finding the Real Jesus: A Guide for Curious Christians and Skeptical Seekers by Lee Strobel - 1.99
Cold-Case Christianity by J. Warner Wallace - 1.99
Apologetics Study Bible for Students by Sean McDowell - 2.99
Truth Matters: Confident Faith in a Confusing World - 0.99
Holman QuickSource Guide to Christian Apologetics by Doug Powell - 2.99

WEEKLY LINKS:
The Atheist Who Didn't Exist
My Favorite Apologetics Apps
The Gospels Agree About A Lot
Six Errors Jesus Mythicists Repeatedly Make
On Bart Ehrman and the authorship of the gospels
Follow up to Part II of Ehrman-McGrew radio debate
On Biblical Ethics: An Interview with Paul Copan
How to be a Christian Ambassador in Troubled Times
Two Things Nearly Everyone Believes About the Universe
Debate: Does God Exist? John Lennox vs. Michael Shermer
Is Kepler-452b an Earth-like planet? Does it support life?
Christianity Promotes Rational (and Evidential) Exploration
What are the historical arguments for the empty tomb story?
Does the Cumulative Case for Design Point to a Divine Designer?
Stand to Reason | The Importance of Studying Apologetics Regularly
Of course you’re smart enough to learn how to defend your faith
How do atheists try to accommodate the Big Bang in their worldview?
What historical evidence is there to support the post-mortem appearances of Jesus?
Why We Know Our Universe, And Everything In It, Had A Beginning (Free Bible Insert)
God's Crime Scene: Evidence for a Divinely Created Universe - NEW by J Warner Wallace

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Friday, July 10, 2015

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (07/03 - 07/10)

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Friday, June 26, 2015

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (06/12 - 06/26)

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Friday, June 12, 2015

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (06/05 - 06/12)

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Friday, June 05, 2015

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (05/29 - 06/05)

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Friday, May 29, 2015

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (05/22 - 05/29)

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Friday, May 22, 2015

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (05/15 - 05/22)

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Saturday, May 16, 2015

Book Review: Rock Solid by Tom Gender

Rock Solid (paperback and GoodReads) is Tom Gender's latest addition to the library of books available to those who wish to defend the truth of Christianity. It takes a very straightforward and organized approach of defending six crucial doctrines of Christianity. He has divided the 178 pages accordingly into six chapters and includes an outline of the challenges address in the appendix.

Book Introduction
Tom Gender introduces his latest work by explaining the important both both theology and apologetics to the Christian. In doing so, he establishes a necessary connection between the two: if a Christian is defending a false theology, then they are not defending a true worldview, and if a skeptic knows how to demonstrate that theology false, then they have logical reason for rejecting the worldview of the Christian. This can provide no end of doubts and stumbling blocks for unbelievers to come to Christ and Christians to consider rejecting their worldview. Gender emphasizes that apologetics should not be done in the absence of theology. To be effective, both must be practiced together.

Using that as a springboard, Gender's purpose behind this book is to focus on the proper understanding of several of Christianity's most challenged and challenging core doctrines and how to defend their truth biblically, historically, scientifically and philosophically. Each doctrine will contain four parts: an explanation of the doctrine, an expansion upon its details, an engagement with common challenges to the doctrine and its details, and the practical implications of embracing the doctrine.

Friday, May 15, 2015

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (05/08 - 05/15)

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Friday, May 08, 2015

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (05/01 - 05/08)

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Friday, May 01, 2015

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (04/24 - 05/01)

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Friday, April 24, 2015

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (04/10 - 04/24)

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Saturday, April 18, 2015

Book Review: Peril in Paradise by Mark S. Whorton

The problem of suffering and evil is one of the most persuasive challenges against the Christian worldview. As defenders of the true worldview, Christians need to be prepared to address this challenge. Interestingly enough, this challenge does not only come from unbelievers but also from those within the Church. The idea that animals died before humans arrived on the scene (and fell into sin) is a stumbling block for many to coming to Christ, yet the natural world tells of a history of animal suffering and death prior to humanity. It seems as though the scientific evidence and the claims of Christianity are at odds with one another. In his book Peril In Paradise (paperback and Kindle), Mark S. Whorton addresses this supposed incompatibility directly. His confrontation of the issue is in the context of a long discussion with Christians who support such an incompatibility (which appears to give the unbelievers' concern credibility). The book is 233 pages divided into four parts and sixteen chapters. This review will provide a chapter-by-chapter summary of the book's content, but it is not meant to replace reading the book to dig more deeply into the details of the arguments presented by the author for his conclusions. The review will conclude with this reviewer's thoughts and recommendations.

Friday, April 10, 2015

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (03/27 - 04/10)

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Friday, March 27, 2015

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (03/20 - 03/27)

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Friday, March 20, 2015

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (03/13- 03/20)

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Friday, March 13, 2015

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (03/06- 03/13)

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Friday, March 06, 2015

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (02/27- 03/06)

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KINDLE DEALS:
The Cell's Design by Fazale Rana - 2.99 on Kindle
Five Views on Apologetics - 2.99
• Worldview Conversations: How to Share Your Faith and Keep Your Friends - 2.99
Finding the Real Jesus: A Guide for Curious Christians and Skeptical Seekers by Lee Strobel - 1.99
Why Trust Jesus? by Dave Sterrett - 0.99
Does God Exist? by William Lane Craig - 0.99
Is the Bible Sexist, Racist, Homophobic? by Jonathan Morrow - 0.99
VeriTalks books, cheap on Kindle
The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel - 1.99

WEEKLY LINKS:
Easter Resources 2015
Jesus is not your invisible magic friend
The Christian Faith Is An Evidential Faith
Claims of Contradictions May Display Prejudice
The Case For The Real Jesus, Free Audio Book
Common Objection #24- "There is no evidence for God."
Using a Detective’s Approach When Deciding How to Interact
Confident Christianity Apologetics Conference Auckland - April 2015
Debate Audio: Dr. Gordon Stein vs. Dr. Greg Bahnsen- Does God Exist?
What do ancient non-Christian sources tell us about the historical Jesus?
Mike Licona explains the As, Bs, Cs, Ds and Es of New Testament reliability
Video: How Did the Bible Become Compiled into One Volume? by Mike Licona
New study: scientists discover that inverted retina / blind spot is not a “bad design”
Chapter One Review: The Resurrection of Jesus- A New Historiographical Approach by Mike Licona

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Saturday, February 28, 2015

Book Review: Stealing from God: Why Atheists Need God to Make Their Case by Frank Turek

It was with great anticipation that I began reading Frank Turek’s latest book, Stealing from God: Why Atheists Need God to Make Their Case. It was just this past October I had the opportunity to hear Dr. Turek speak in Mt. Airy, MD on the topic of “Is Jesus Intolerant?” I walked away from that talk impressed with Turek’s ability to address culturally “hot button” issues with razor sharp logic coupled with winsome grace. I hoped that Turek’s book would offer more of the same and I wasn’t disappointed.

Introduction
From the very onset of the book, it is clear that Turek has the so-called “new atheists” in his crosshairs and his main contention is that “atheists are using aspects of reality to argue against God that wouldn’t exist if atheism were true. In other words, when atheists give arguments for their atheistic worldview, they are stealing from a theistic worldview to make their case. In effect, they are stealing from God in order to argue against Him.” [p. xviii]

Friday, February 27, 2015

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (02/20- 02/27)

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Friday, February 20, 2015

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (02/13- 02/20)

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