Friday, August 05, 2011

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (07/29 – 08/05)

Here are this week’s extra long list of recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
The History of Hell
Who will be saved?
New Age or Ancient Truth?
The Logical Problem of Evil
Q&A with Lee Strobel
Unpacking Islam – Webcast
Free eBooks from Monergism
Zen Buddhism – Ellis Potter
Expelled movie now on YouTube
Do All Religions Lead to God?
God, science and evolution Part 2
Abortion Debate and Mormonism
Are There Errors In The Qur’an?
A Case For The Resurrection: Part 1
Hating William Lane Craig – vid
John Lennox on Australian TV – vid
Reasons In and Out of a Worldview
Stand to Reason Smartphone Apps
Ravi Zacharias School of Apologetics
A Complete Church History (Audio)
Book Review: Choosing Your Faith
Dan Wallace Reviews the Updated NIV
7 Factors for Testing a Historical Hypothesis
Reasons Academy for High School Students
“Are there Good Reasons for Abortion?” Debate
7 Ways to Support an Apologetics Website/Blog
The Validity of Plantinga’s Ontological Argument
Logic Lessons: Attack the Argument, Not the Person
The Methodology Behind the Teleological Argument
Is Genesis merely a rip-off of the Epic of Gilgamesh?
Undesigned Scriptural Coincidences: The Ring Of Truth
Apologetics: Don’t Let Them Leave Home Without It
• Just downloaded: Saving Leonardo by Nancy Pearcey
William Lane Craig asks: can we be good without God?
Intelligent Design Conference in Malvern, Worcestershire
Some more undesigned coincidences in the New Testament
Looking for an Apologetics group? Have an apologetics group?
The Most Penetrating Critique of New Atheism – Written by an Atheist
Atheism: Simply Lack of Belief in God? MP3 by William Lane Craig
• Congrats to Diana, Bruce, and David, who won the book drawing!
• Currently Reading: Thinking About God: First Steps in Philosophy by Greg Ganssle

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1 Comment

  1. Ex N1hilo August 6, 2011

    I nominate for New Apologetics Term of the Month, from Ellis Potter's series on Zen, "the stench of enlightenment."