Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related posts for you to check out. The Remarkable Scientific Accuracy of Psalm 139 – Fazale Rana The Four-Fold View of Creation – Ken Samples The “Evil-God Challenge” and the Fall of […]

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William Lane Craig on Paul’s Epistles and Jesus Traditions

William Lane Craig

I have heard a number of skeptics argue that Paul’s lack of quotations of Jesus are a serious problem for our understanding of Jesus. Jesus was a well known historical figure, why doesn’t Paul quote him […]

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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. The Death of Truth and a Postmortem – Ravi Zacharias Gravity Wave Energy Density Nothing to Worry About – […]

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What is the Multiverse?

Multiverse

For much of my younger years I was an avid comic book fan (check out my comic book blog). One of the aspects of the superhero world was that of a multiverse, with Crisis on […]

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William Lane Craig on C.S. Lewis

C.S. Lewis and Friends

One of the most influential Christian apologists today is William Lane Craig. In this video, Craig shares some thoughts on the influence of C.S. Lewis.

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God is Great, God is Good

God is Great God is Good

One of the major challenges to the Church in recent years has been the New Atheism. The New Atheists do not have new arguments, but they do have a new aggressiveness and a new level […]

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William Lane Craig on Proving God Exists

Apologetics and Theology

I sometimes hear both Christians and non-Christians talking about “proving” that God exists. I really don’t like that language and I feel it is unrealistic. As I have been going through William Lane Craig’s Reasonable […]

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Five Views on Apologetics

Apologetics and Theology

One of my favourite series of books are the four/five views books. I love the format that allows the reader to both get a number of perspectives on a theological issue as well as to […]

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William Lane Craig Offers Advice for Christian Apologetics

Apologetics

One of the things that I appreciate about William Lane Craig is that not only does he do apologetics himself, he is interested in equipping others to do apologetics as well. In this short video, […]

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William Lane Craig on the Historicity of Jesus’ Resurrection

Resurrection

The foundation of the Christian faith is the resurrection of Jesus Christ. As important as the crucifixion is, the reason we know that was something more than a senseless death is that Jesus rose from […]

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God and the Big Bang

Big Bang

When I was a new Christian, I found that many of the people at my church saw the idea of the big bang as being an enemy of Christianity. Nothing can be further from the […]

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Why Would God Allow Suffering?

The problem of evil and suffering is one of the most common objections to Christianity. Is suffering a good argument against the existence of God? In this video, William Lane Craig addresses this question.  

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Arguments for the Existence of God by William Lane Craig

Apologetics and Theology

In this short video, William Lane Craig outlines some of the evidence for the existence of God.

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Has Stephen Hawking Eliminated the Need for a Creator?

Apologetics and Theology

Get William Lane Craig’s Reasonable Faith (USA) (Canada)

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Did Jesus Rise From the Dead?

Apologetics and Theology

The resurrection of Jesus is one of the most important doctrines of the Christian faith. In this video, William Lane Craig presents the evidence for the resurrection of Jesus.

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Evidence for God: Key Arguments for a Reasonable Faith

Apologetics and Theology

William Lane Craig shares arguments for the evidence for God in this video from Reasonable Faith.

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Is Atheism Winning the Battle for Science?

William Lane Craig, Craig Hazen and Jeff Zweerink discuss issues about science and faith.

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Deconstructing New Atheist Objections to the Arguments for God

Apologetics and Theology

William Lane Craig responds to the new atheists by looking at their objections to the arguments for the existence of God.

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What Podcasts Do I Listen To?

Apologetics and Theology

I drive a lot. We do everything outside of the city we live in. We don’t even go to church in the same city. Because of all that time in the car, it is nice […]

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Me Am Not Smart

Apologetics and Theology

Some people do not get involved in apologetics because they feel they are not intelligent enough. Perhaps that is the fault of some apologists. We lift up someone like William Lane Craig as the model […]

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Who Are the Five Most Influential Apologists Today?

I need to make myself clear here. There are others that have been more influential in previous generations. There are others who may have more degrees or who get invited to more apologetics conferences. But […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

What Christianity Has Always Done – Lenny Esposito 33 Fallacies Everyone Should Know – Brian Chilton Are Atheists Smarter Than Christians? – Zak Schmoll Imaginary Friend for Comfort: God and Wish Fulfillment – Chris Price […]

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Apologetics Canada Conference 2013

I am very much interested in the apologetics activity that is taking place in Canada and so I am pleased to share with you information about the Apologetics Canada Conference that is taking place March […]

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Top Five Apologetics Books

Apologetics and Theology

I often hear requests for suggested apologetics resources.  Here are some books that I recommend for people interested in apologetics. Reasonable Faith by William Lane Craig Fabricating Jesus by Craig Evans Resurrection of Jesus by […]

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William Lane Craig on Youtube

William Lane Craig

Reasonable Faith, the ministry of William Lane Craig, now has an official Youtube channel.  You can find this channel here and you will find hours of great resources for Christian apologetics.

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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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On Guard

I believe that it is important for all Christians to have some background in apologetics.  If we really believe something, we should have some ability say why and to defend our faith. In my role […]

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Philosophia Christi

I recently joined the Evangelical Philosophical Society.  One of the benefits of this is a subscription to the journal Philosophia Christi.  I just received my first issue (vol. 12 num. 1 2010) which includes the […]

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Reasonable Faith

Apologetics and Theology

I recently started listening the Reasonable Faith podcasts by William Lane Craig.  I found them quite enjoyable and helpful.  They are mix of answers to questions sent in and portions of debates with background on […]

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