Today begins a series of 23 essays contributed by various apologetics bloggers from across the web. This series responds to the question: Why is Christianity True? Today the series is introduced, along with its foreword. Tomorrow begins the first essay. Here is the schedule of contributing bloggers:
April 1: Chris Reese – Foreword
Brian Auten – Introduction
April 2: Tawa Anderson – Does God Exist?
April 5: Jim Wallace – The Best Explanation
April 6: Wes Widner – Coherent, Consistent & Livable
April 7: Richard Gerhardt – The Failure of Naturalism
April 8: Bob Perry – Defrocking the Priests of Scientism
April 9: Peter Grice – Orthogonal Complexity
April 12: Chad Gross – Cumulative Reasons for Christianity
April 13: Shelby Cade – Prophecy and Resurrection
April 14: Luke Nix – Making Sense of the Resurrection
April 15: Aaron Brake – The Facts of the Resurrection
April 16: Amy Hall – The Historical Event of the Resurrection
April 19: James Patrick Holding – The Impossible Faith
April 20: Stephen J. Bedard – Christianity and Other Ancient Religions
April 21: Anthony Horvath – Christianity Proved by the Nature of the Jewish Nation
April 22: Mariano Grinbank – The Euthyphro Dichotomy
April 23: Marcus McElhaney – Christianity is Objectively True
April 26: Vocab Malone / Paul D. Adams – The Gospels Tell Me So
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Enjoy the series.