mid-week apologetics booster (6-26-2014)

Here are your weekly items:

  1. Humans are unique from all other species (1 minute 40 second Vimeo Video):  http://vimeo.com/71023551
  2. What Is a Simple Tactic You Can Use with the Topic of Evolution? (5 minute 44 second video from Alan Shlemon of Stand To Reason) http://www.str.org/blog/what-is-a-simple-tactic-you-can-use-with-the-topic-of-evolution-video#.U6T1XbGoe2k
  3. Warner Wallace on the ‘The Reasonable, Evidential Nature of Christian Faith’: http://crossexamined.org/reasonable-evidential-nature-christian-faith/
  4. http://thegospelcoalition.org/article/contradict-they-cant-all-be-true – this is about a new book that’s come out:
  5. Great article about an Afghani man who converted to Christianity and has been hunted down ever since: http://mobile.nytimes.com/2014/06/22/world/asia/afghanistan-a-christian-convert-on-the-run.html?smid=tw-share&_r=1&referrer=
  6. Atheist Peter Boghossian Wants to Treat All Believers as Mentally Ill : http://goddoesexistuknowit.blogspot.com/2014/06/atheist-peter-boghossian-wants-to-treat.html?m=1
  7. Quote: The more I come to terms with the sheer engineering prowess of the cell, the more I am becoming convinced that the argument from biological design is perhaps the single most powerful argument for God’s existence — I now consider it to be stronger than even the cosmological and teleological arguments. It seems to be a rather under-used apologetic, however, particularly in Christian-atheist debates. ID as a scientific proposition, of course, doesn’t necessitate God as designer. But it is certainly a very compelling part of a cumulative body of evidence for theism. Catching just a glimpse of the beauty and sophistication of the cell should be enough to render absolutely anyone without excuse.  —Jonathan McLatchie
  8. Four Self-Refuting Statements Heard on College Campuses Across America: http://coldcasechristianity.com/2013/four-self-refuting-statements-heard-on-college-campuses-across-america/
  9. Two Ways Apologetics are Good for the Believer: http://pleaseconvinceme.com/2013/two-ways-apologetics-are-good-for-the-believer/
  10. Is Our Copy of the Bible a Reliable Copy of the Original?  http://www.godandscience.org/apologetics/bibleorg.html

Enjoy and have a great rest of the week!

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