Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related posts I came across this week. Coming to Terms with the Problem of Evil – Randal Rauser A Look at William Lane Craig’s Comment: “The Ultimate Apologetic is Your Life” – […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related posts for you to check out. Hail Scientism! (But only when it’s convenient…) – Steve Schramm Apologetics and the Indoctrinated American Atheist – Randal Rauser A Hypothetical Discussion Between a Skeptic […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Go and check out these apologetics-related posts. Straight Thinking: St. Augustine on Three Aspects of Creation – Kenneth Samples How to Avoid Despair at Our Crumbling Culture – Sean McDowell An Apologetic for Apologetics with […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts for you to check out. What Is Science? Define Your Terms – Alan Shlemon God, Teach Me to be Less Indifferent – Steve Schramm Some Christians say the world is […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts that you might want to check out. Do bad children go to hell? – Randal Rauser What did Jesus mean when he said, “My Kingdom is not of this world”? […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts for you to check out. Does the success of Christianity provide a prima facie reason to believe it is true? – Randal Rauser Seven Ways to Approach the Existence of […]

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Is Evidence That Demands a Verdict Fundamentalist Apologetics?

Apologetics and Theology

Two of the current apologists that I appreciate very much are Randal Rauser and Sean McDowell. So I was quite interested to read Randal Rauser’s review of Evidence that Demands a Verdict by Josh and […]

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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. 3 Church-Lessons from the “Friendly Atheist” – Sean McDowell Is It God’s Will to Always Heal? – Tim Barnett […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts I came across. Go and check them out. Do Plastic-Eating Bacteria Dump the Case for Creation? – Fazale Rana What Is A Simple Case for Religious Liberty? – Sean McDowell […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts I came across this week. Masters of Our Own Fate? – Ken Samples The Gospel and Avengers: Infinity War – Sean McDowell Double the Trouble if You Ignore the Context […]

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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. How to be a Billy Graham in 2018 – Steve Schramm Bad Arguments for Atheism. Bad Arguments Against Atheism. […]

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Midweek Apologetics Blog

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts I came across this week. 7 Fascinating Facts that Make the Bible Unique – Sean McDowell What “Living Biblically” Will Probably Get Wrong – Tim Barnett Aberrant Christianity: What is […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts that I came across and that are worth checking out. Is Faith Just a Feeling? – Tim Barnett 5 Myths of Higher Education and Peer Review – Steve Schramm What […]

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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. Responding to an Old Earth Argument: Are the Days in Genesis Actually Long Ages? – Steve Schramm Alarmist evangelical apologetics […]

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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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What’s So Confusing About Grace? – Review

Apologetics and Theology

Randal Rauser is one of the most intriguing Christian authors that I have read. I have read a number of his books. I will admit that generally my reactions to Rauser’s ideas move back and […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related blog posts I came across this week. Enjoy. Studying … Theology? – Connie Keep and Andrew Larkin What Jurors Can Teach Us About the World We Are Trying to Reach – […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts that you might want to check out. Apologetics as Conversation – Tim Muehlhoff You Can’t Trust the Gospels Because They Were Written by Christians – J. Warner Wallace Lawrence Krauss debates […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts that I came across this week. Make sure to check them out. Why Are Christians So Defensive? – Sean McDowell Everyone’s a Theologian: An Introduction to Systematic Theology – Don Haflich […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related posts that I have discovered this week. Muhammad Ali on the contrast between Islam and Christianity – Randal Rauser Which Takes Priority? Natural or Revealed/Historical Theology? – Eric Chabot Was the […]

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10 Canadian Apologetic Resources You Need

Today is Canada Day and so I thought I would highlight some resources with a Canadian connection. Canada has made some significant contributions to apologetics ministry. Some of the books I will share are either […]

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God or Godless

There are plenty of apologetics book out there. But it is so easy to create a straw man and win arguments against people who don’t really exist. That is why I was excited to see […]

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You’re Not as Crazy as I Think

There are many apologetics books that give you information on how to pull apart another person’s views, but much fewer on how to communicate effectively and respectfully. A book that was recommended to me by […]

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