Top Ten Books in Apologetics

Apologetics and Theology

I often hear people asking about recommendations for books in the area of apologetics. There are always good and new books coming out. One place where you can look for these is the book reviews […]

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If God, Why Evil?

Apologetics Journal

Norman L. Geisler, If God, Why Evil? A New Way to Think About the Question. Minneapolis: Bethany House, 2011. 173 pp. Pbk. There are many areas of apologetics that people find interesting. However, there is one […]

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Norm Geisler, Inerrancy and Definitions

Apologetics and Theology

Everyone knows that Norm Geisler is a strong defender of inerrancy. He has spent much of his ministry championing this cause. His latest weapon in this war is a new website called Defending Inerrancy. Let […]

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Journal of the International Society of Christian Apologetics

The vol. 5, no. 1 2012 of the Journal of the International Society of Christian Apologetics has come out.  The issue includes the following articles: “A Short and Easie Method with Postmodernism” by John Warwick […]

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Podcasts I Listen To

I am a fairly busy guy and do not have the opportunities to read that I would like to.  I try to make up for that by listening to podcasts (not that podcasts could ever […]

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The Geisler – Licona Controversy

I have been hesitant to enter into the debate between Norm Geisler and Mike Licona over inerrancy.  Partly because I am embarrassed about the whole thing and that this situation grieves me.  However, since this […]

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If God, Why Evil?

According to atheists, one of the most devastating arguments against the existence of God, especially the Christian God, is the presence of evil and suffering.  But this is not just an outside criticism.  Many Christians, […]

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The Shack

I saw this link to Norman Geisler’s review of the Shack over at Apologetics 315.  Geisler gives a pretty negative review of the Shack and seems to point at being heretical in many ways.  I […]

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