Weekly Apologetics Bonus Links (12/28 – 01/04)
Here are this week’s recommended apologetics links. Enjoy.
• On The Dangers Of Fideism
• Eyewitness Testimony Unreliable?
• Apologetic Wednesday: Think
• The Atheistic Leap of Faith
• 11 Ways to be a Better Thinker in 2013
• 10 Reference Books for the Apologist
• Free on Kindle: “Relational Apologetics”
• Mammalian Ear Has “Extraordinary Features”
• Richard Dawkins meets David Roberts (video)
• Interview with Darrell Bock on Bible Contradictions
• Alabama Baptists plan apologetics conference
• “The Ambition” by Lee Strobel only 2.99 on Kindle
• Why the Argument from Suboptimal Design Is Weak
• 12 Mistakes for Christmas (#9 Worshipping Your Shopping List)
• Stepping Up to the Plate: The Call for Community Apologists
• “The Making of an Atheist” by James Spiegel: 99 cents on Kindle
• Frank Turek interviews Phil Fernandes on the Historical Jesus (MP3)
• Five More Myths about Bible Translations and the Transmission of the Text
• “Intelligent Design: The Most Credible Idea?” Stephen Meyer in Cambridge (video)
• Why Should We Trust the Gospels When Eyewitness Testimony Is So Unreliable?
• Tim McGrew replies to Babinski’s Critique of Undesigned Coincidences
• I nominate this for book of the year 2013: “Cold-Case Christianity” by J. Warner Wallace
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