Friday, September 28, 2012

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (09/21 – 09/28)

Here are this week’s recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
Q&A with Lee Strobel
Becoming an Ambassador, part 1
Dallas Willard on Logical Thinking
Jesus’ Wife fragment judged a fake
Featured apologist:  Dr. Edgar Andrews
Are Young People Really Leaving Christianity?
Did Jesus Have a Wife? William Lane Craig video
Contending With Christianity’s Critics Conference
Video: William Lane Craig – What About Suffering?
The Top 10 Philosophy, Science, and Theology Podcasts
Apologetics Conference: Equip & Engage: New England 2012
Living in the Tension of the Faith and Science Discussion
Apathy, Atheism, and the Absurdity of Life Without God
What About the Back of the So-Called Gospel of Jesus’s Wife?
“Think Christianly” by Jonathan Morrow only $3.99 on Kindle
Did the divinity of Jesus emerge slowly after many years of embellishments?
Daniel B. Wallace responds to the “Jesus had a wife” media sensationalism
Does it makes sense to be good on atheism? Scholars debate atheism and morality
Preorder: What Every Christian Needs to Know About the Qur’an by James White

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1 Comment

  1. Ex N1hilo September 30, 2012

    There a lot of very good material in the first hour or so of Dr. Craig's video "What About Suffering." Without a doubt the best presentation I have heard from him.

    "'Christ was prepared to endure the agonies of hell itself in order to overcome sin and death and the evils that afflict our world and to confer on us a life more glorious than we can imagine'…When we comprehend his sacrifice and his love for us, then I think this puts the problem of evil in an entirely different perspective. For now we see that the true problem of evil is really the problem of our evil, filled with sin and morally guilty before God. The question we face is not how God can justify himself to us. The question is how we can be justified before him."