Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related posts for you to check out. Do Christian Parents Have to be Perfect? – Michael Kruger Biblical Archaeology with Dr. Ted Wright – Misty Callahan How Can We Instill a Faith […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related posts for you to check out. Happy New Year…You’re at War – Alan Shlemon Existential Reasons for God’s Existence – Eric Chabot Debate Video: Albert Mohler vs. Gary Collins- Does Scripture […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related posts for you to check out. Adam and Eve and the Human Genome: An Interview with Dennis Venema – Apologetics Canada Was John’s Use of the Logos a Jewish Concept? – […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts I came across this week. 3 Christian Urban Legends That Need to Die – Alisa Childers Book Review: “Paul and Gender: Reclaiming the Apostle’s Vision for Men and Women in […]

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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

Here are some apologetics-related posts you should check out. Lydia McGrew on Credentials and New Testament Scholarship – Rob Bowman Is There a First-Century Fragment of Mark’s Gospel? Apparently Not – Michael Kruger A Faultless […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related posts that you should check out. Why GQ Is Wong. The Bible is a Must-Read – Sean McDowell Was Gnosticism Tolerant and Inclusive? Debunking Some Myths about “Alternative” Christianities – Michael […]

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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. High School Students Have Questions – Ryan Pauly Are Religious Discussions Important? – Brian Chilton Did the Church Fathers […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts that I came across this week. Does Christianity need a resurrected Jesus? – Randal Rauser William Lane Craig explains how to structure a conversation with an atheist – Wintery Knight […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-relates posts I came across this week. Go and check them out. How Science Led A World Leading Astronomer, Allan Sandage, To God – James Bishop 12 Reasons You Should Think Deeply […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts I came across this week. Go and check them out. If Christians and Jews Have the Same God What About The Trinity? – Joe Hinman Secular Student & Tiananmen Protest […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts I came across this week. On Objective History: Why I am a Historical Realist – James Bishop A Curious Example of Early Christian Devotion to Scripture – Michael Kruger Exclusivity […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts that I came across this week. The Incarnation and Boethius’ Hierarchy of Knowledge – Harrison Jennings Five “Fake News” Stories That People Believe about Early Christianity – Michael Kruger Your […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related posts that I came across this week. From Atheist “Secular Intellectual” to Christianity, Sara Miles – James Bishop Want to Understand How Suffering Fits with the Sovereignty of God? Here’s a […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related posts that I came across this week. Go and take a look. Was Jesus Married to Mary Magdalene? Revisiting a Stubborn Conspiracy Theory – Michael Kruger Getting Rid of the Myth […]

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Michael Kruger on Canon

One of the most important areas for study is that of canon.  Why do we have the books in the New Testament that we do?  Who picked them?  Are they a late invention?  Most of […]

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