Top Ten Apologetics Blogs – Feb. 2018

Apologetics Blogs

There are some great apologetics blogs out there, both single and multi-author blogs. I have compiled a list of the top ten in each category. I use the Alexa ranking to determine who makes the […]

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Top Ten Apologetics Blogs – April 2017

Apologetics Blogs

I’m thankful for all the dedicated Christian bloggers who write in the area of apologetics. Apologetics blogging is not dead. I have gathered a nice list of apologetics blogs. Of these, I have used Alexa […]

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Top Ten Apologetics Blogs – December 2016

Apologetics and Theology

I enjoy visiting other apologetics blogs to see what other people are doing. There are some blogs that rise to the top. I have cleaned up my list of blogs, taking some out that had […]

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How J.R.R. Tolkien Led C.S. Lewis to Christianity

C.S. Lewis and Friends

“I’ve always been so impressed with how J.R.R. Tolkien led his atheist friend C.S. Lewis toward faith in Christianity,” begins Tim Keller in the video clip below. He says Tolkien explained to Lewis that the […]

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Top Ten Apologetics Blogs – June 2016

Apologetics and Theology

I’m so thankful for the great number of quality apologetics-related blogs that are available. Each has their own strength and area of specialization. Here is the updated list of top ten apologetics blogs based on […]

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An Interview With Tim Barnett

Tim Barnett

I have known Tim Barnett for a couple of years, first online and then through an apologetics conference that we were both at. I have watched as God has opened doors for him to expand […]

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Tactics for Discussing Christian Convictions

One of the things that I appreciate about Greg Koukl is that his apologetics is focused on the practical more than the theoretical. Koukl has written one of the best books on how to communicate, […]

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How Can We Know Objective Morality?

Objective Morality

The nature of morality, whether it is objective or subjective, is one of the most important topics of today. Brett Kunkle of Stand to Reason does a great job of explaining how we can know […]

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Top Ten Apologetics Blogs – March 2016

Apologetics Blogs

One of my aims is to promote and encourage Christian bloggers, especially in the area of apologetics. To this end, I have been compiling a top ten list every quarter. For those who ask, I […]

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Top Ten Apologetics Blogs – December 2015

Apologetics Blogs

Here is the updated list of the top apologetics blogs. There has been some movement in ranks, partially because a significant number of blogs have been added to the master list. Here are the top […]

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Top Ten Apologetics Blogs – September 2015

Apologetics Blogs

Christians are blessed with many online resources, not the least of which are blogs. There are many Christian bloggers who work hard to get their content out to their audience. I have decided to recognize […]

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Were the Gospels Chosen for Political Reasons?

Gospels

Brett Kunkle of Stand to Reason responds to the claim that the Gospels were chosen for political reasons. Interested in learning more about early church history? Check out my History of Christianity Podcast.

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Jesus Addressed as God by His Followers

Jesus

Is Jesus God? One piece of evidence is what his followers said about Jesus. Canadian apologist Tim Barnett of Stand to Reason speaks on this topic in this short video.

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Is it Possible That Jesus is the Archangel Michael?

Apologetics and Theology

  I address this same question in my book, The Watchtower and the Word. Paperback (USA) Kindle (USA) Paperback (Canada) Kindle (Canada)

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How Do You Handle Name Calling in a Winsome Way?

Apologetics and Theology

Alan Shlemon of Stand to Reason explains three different types of name calling and what you can do when one of them is directed at you.

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Can Sin Be Defined without the Law and Justice of God?

Apologetics and Theology

Greg Koukl of Stand to Reason discusses the difference between a mistake according to the world and a sin according to God.

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You Shouldn’t Use Apologetics

Brett Kunkle of Stand to Reason responds to the common misconception that Paul teaches Christians in 1 Corinthians to not get involved in apologetics-related activity.

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That’s Just Your Opinion

Greg Koukl

Greg Koukl of Stand to Reason shares how to respond when someone says, “That’s just you’re opinion” when you’re sharing your faith. Make sure to visit str.org.

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Greg Koukl on Tactics and Social Media

Apologetics and Theology

You can purchase the Tactics book here. For more from Greg Koukl, go to the Stand to Reason website.

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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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Stand to Reason

If you are looking for quality apologetics resources, I would encourage you to check out Stand to Reason.  This is the ministry run by Greg Koukl.  There is much about Greg’s style that I like. […]

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Qur’an Burning and Acts 19

I had a conversation today on Facebook with a brother Christian about Acts 19, which describes the burning of magic books, and the recent threat to burn Qur’ans.  I was going to post my comments […]

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