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 and Theology

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 Blog

Apologetics and Theology

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. Show Me God: Reflecting on My Visit to Iraq – Sanj Kalra What Does It Mean to Be Made in the Image of God? – Ken […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts for you to check out. Unbelievable? Is Luke’s Description of Quirinius Historically Inaccurate? – J. Warner Wallace Would the Great Scientists of the Revolution Be Devout Christians if they Lived […]

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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. Skeptics Can’t Have It Both Ways – Brent Hardaway Is There Scientific Evidence for God? An Atheist, Three Nobel Prize Winners, an Agnostic, and […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related posts that are worth checking out. A Critical Reflection on Adam and the Genome, Part 1 – Fazale Rana That Other Middle Eastern Monotheistic Religion – Ken Samples Contra Jesus mytherism: […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related posts that you might find interesting. Did Adam and Eve Really Exist? What Does the Science Say? – Alisa Childers 8 Reasons Why The Shroud Of Turin Might Be The Burial […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related posts for you to check out. 10 Historical Facts About Jesus From Non-Christian Sources – Alisa Childers Is “God Did It” A Substitute For Scientific Ignorance? – Blake Giunta Stop Using the Term […]

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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. Is Christianity bad news for women? – Amy Orr-Ewing Hagfish Slime Expands the Case for a Creator – Fazale Rana […]

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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. A Little Manual for Knowing – a review – Kristi Mair The Female Brain: Pregnant with Design – Fazale […]

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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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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related blog posts that I came across this week. You might find them interesting. Are Common Descent and Intelligent Design Compatible? – Melissa Cain Travis What’s Wrong with Religious Pluralism? – Tim […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related posts I came across this week. Have a look. The New Face of Atheism (And It’s Not Dawkins!) – Sean McDowell Why Believe the Holy Spirit Is a Person? – Tim […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics and Theology

Here are some apologetics-related posts I discovered this week. Go check them out and feed your mind. Atheists Can’t Have Their Cake and Eat It Too – Tim Barnett Is the Evidence for Intelligent Design […]

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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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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

Here are some apologetics-related blog posts that I discovered this week. The Religion of Fools or the Wise – Joe Boot Is “Progressive Christianity” Christian? – Mark McGee From Jesus to the Church by Craig A. […]

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Midweek Apologetics Roundup

Apologetics

There is a tremendous amount of good quality apologetics content available. Here is some of what I have found this week. Make sure to check out these posts. Why Doesn’t Archaeology Corroborate Every Detail of […]

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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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Why is Apologetics Important?

Apologetics and Theology

I recently asked some people why they thought apologetics was important. This is what they said. “The question isn’t: do you have an apologetic? Everybody does. The question is simply: is it a good one?” – Andy […]

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