Friday, October 18, 2013

Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (10/11 – 10/18)

Here are this week’s recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.

A to Z with C.S. Lewis by Lou Markos – .99
Be A People Person by John Maxwell – 2.51
Basic Christianity by John Stott – 3.60
The Case for Easter by Lee Strobel – 1.99
The Case for Christmas by Lee Strobel – 1.99
Hidden Treasures in the Book of Job by Hugh Ross 3.99
That’s a Great Question: What to Say When Your Faith Is Questioned – 2.51
• “If God Is Good: Why Do We Hurt?” Randy Alcorn – 1.99
What Darwin Didn’t Know: A Doctor Dissects the Theory of Evolution – 1.99
Debate Resources
Allah is not Jehovah
Undesigned Coincidences: Part 4
A Review of O’Reilly’s Killing Jesus
Why Doesn’t God Answer All My Prayers?
FlimFlam of the Month: “Covert Christianity”
Gary Habermas: 10 Reasons for the Fall of Atheism
What Lawrence Krauss Could Learn from a Children’s Book
Can the worldview of atheism rationally ground moral judgements?
How to falsify a religion using scientific or historical evidence
Why It’s Important to Ask the Right Questions as a Religious Seeker
Most Parents Aren’t Ready to Train Their Own Kids, So Let Us Help You!
Do the Non-Canonical Gospels Challenge the Historicity of the New Testament?
Article: Archaeology and the Reliablity of the New Testmant by Peter S. Williams
James Crossley compares Joseph Atwill’s Jesus conspiracy theory to Dan Brown fiction

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