Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related posts I came across this week. Go and check them out. Would Human Extinction Be Immoral? – Michael Egnor Rhetoric and CS Lewis – Part 1 – Mark McGee The Reason for […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related posts that I came across this week. Go and check them out. Perfectly Communicating Error? – Rich Davis Who is Christ for Us Today? Bonhoeffer’s Final Questions – Charles Marsh Lawrence […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts for you to check out. How Should We Understand Miracles in the 21st Century? – Bob Eckhard The Four Functions of Apologetics – Chad Gross Can a Scientist Believe in […]

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Top Ten Apologetics Blogs – August 2018

Apologetics and Theology

I’m so thankful for the many individuals and organizations that are involved in apologetics blogging. From time to time, I compile a list of the top ten apologetics blogs. How do I determine this? I […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts that I came across this week. Go and check them out. Did God Create Evil? – Brian Chilton The 10 Commandments of Progressive Christianity #5: Are Questions More Important than […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related posts I came across this week. Go and check them out. Saving Truth by Abdu Murray – Chad Gross No, Andy Stanley Isn’t a Marcionite – W. Paul Franks What is the […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts for you to check out. 13 Different Resurrection Appearances Made By Jesus – Brian Chilton The Joy of Easter – Ravi Zacharias 5 Common Objections to Christianity – Sarah Malcangi […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts I came across this week. Go and check them out. What Drives a Cult Leader like David Koresh? – Lenny Esposito Science, Stephen Hawking, And Free Minds – Terrell Clemmons Gary […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts that I came across this week. Book Review: “Dynamics of Muslim Worlds” – J.W. Wartick WATCH: Nancy Pearcey on Love Thy Body – Kurt Jaros Is the New Testament Reliable? […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts that I came across. Truth in the Story of Christmas – John Dickson The Connection Between Christmas and Hanukkah – Misty Callahan Christmas is Christmas Because Jesus is God – […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related posts that I have discovered this week. Make sure to go and check them out. Is Evolution A Theory in Crisis? – Sean McDowell Why Christians Need to Renew Their Commitment […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Recommended Blog Posts: Is Apologetics Biblical? – Andy Steiger The Deity of Christ in the Gospel of Mark – Jonathan McLatchie David Hume on the Observability of Causation – Thomas Rauchenstein The Origin of the Idea of God […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Some recommended apologetics posts: Historicism & Christianity – A. Joubert The Context of God’s Judgment As Portrayed In The Old and New Testaments – Ron Galloway Convince Me There’s A God – Archaeology 17 – Mark McGee […]

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Apologetics Roundup (9/28-10/04)

The Benefits of Community in Apologetics – Zak Schmoll 2 Reasons Why Beliefs are (Almost) Involuntary – Thomas Rauchenstein Why Understanding the Imago Dei is More Crucial than Ever – Lenny Esposito You Are What You […]

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You Will Love a Poached Egg

One of the great apologetics resources on the internet is the Poached Egg. This is a tremendous site that contains many useful links. This site also sends people to some of the best blog posts […]

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Get Thee to Apologetics 315

If you are interested in apologetics, you need to check out the website Apologetics 315. Brian Auten does an incredible job of collecting the best of apologetic resources. He has regular interviews, apologetic/philosophical definitions and […]

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Featured Resource: Collin Brendemuehl

I am thankful that there are many other apologists active on the internet. One that I would like to point you to is Collin Brendemuehl. He is an author and a speaker. He also has […]

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So You Want to Be a Blogger?

Blogger

I have been blogging for six or seven years now. I don’t do everything perfectly, but I have learned some things through trial and error. If you want to be an effective blogger, this advice […]

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Contending for Easter

A group of Canadian apologetics bloggers, called the Canadian Apologetics Coalition (including myself) are running a series of blog posts leading up to Easter.  Here is a preview of what you can expect. The following […]

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Rear View Mirror

I would like to promote the blog RearViewMirror by Ian Clary.  Ian is our book review editor for Hope’s Reason: A Journal of Apologetics and he has an article in first issue and a review […]

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Apologetic Junkie

I want to continue to point you to other apologetics-related blogs.  One that I have recently come across is called Apologetic Junkie.  It is a team blog and so you will get some different perspectives. […]

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Always Have a Reason

This time in my tour of apologetic-related blogs, I would like to recommend Always Have a Reason by J.W. Wartick.  J.W. (does not stand for Jehovah’s Witness) has done some work with us on Hope’s […]

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Faithful Thinkers

Apologetics and Theology

I would like to continue and point you to good quality apologetics blogs.  This time I would like to send you to Faithful Thinkers by Luke Nix.  Check out his blog and make sure to […]

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Cloud of Witnesses

Another great apologetics blog for you to check out is Chris Reece’s Cloud of Witnesses.  This is especially of interest to those who enjoy philosophy with the regular feature of Philosophy Word of the Day […]

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Cold and Lonely Truth

Another blog that I would like to recommend is Cold and Lonely Truth by Arthur Khachatryan.  Arthur is also the author of the book Cold and Lonely Truth.  Check it out.

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Apologetics Guy

I am so thankful that there are many people on the Internet working at expressing the Christian faith in a rational way.  In the next little while I am going to point you toward some […]

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blogGNOSIS

I am thankful for my brothers and sisters in the blogging world that invest their time in presenting the Christian faith through apologetics.  One blog you might want to check out is called blogGNOSIS.  You […]

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