Thursday, April 01, 2010

Essay Series: Is Christianity True?

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 ReeseForeword
Brian AutenIntroduction
April 2: Tawa AndersonDoes God Exist?
April 5: Jim WallaceThe Best Explanation
April 6: Wes WidnerCoherent, 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

Subscribe to the Is Christianity True Podcast for audio of all these essays.
Enjoy the series.


  1. Mike Felker April 1, 2010

    Now i'm kicking myself for not having done this. But then again, when you tour full time in a band, you don't have much of an opportunity to research for such an important essay topic. However, i'm very excited to read all of these entries!

  2. J. K. Jones April 3, 2010

    Looking forward to this one.

  3. inchristus April 3, 2010

    And, I, too, am looking forward to this.
    [shamelessly admitting all biases… ;-)]

  4. Scott May 17, 2010

    Great series. Any news of when this will be compiled into an ebook? Brian mentioned that that was the plan in his Introduction on April 1st.

  5. Brian May 17, 2010

    An ebook is in the works – but things are busy right now and I am shooting for June.

  6. Mikel June 29, 2010

    Awesome. Looking forward to the ebook, Brian!

  7. Theodore Warner August 29, 2010

    I'm sorry… Is the forward and introduction the first essay? Or, is the first essay (by Anderson) the first essay?