mid-week apologetics booster (9-25-2014)

Hope you’re having a great week.  Here are some interesting items I found this week:

  1. When It Comes to Ancient Texts, the More Copies We Have, the More Confidence We Have: http://coldcasechristianity.com/2013/when-it-comes-to-ancient-texts-the-more-copies-we-have-the-more-confidence-we-have/
  2. Ten Evidences for Creation (all represented by a graphic): http://www.icr.org/article/8343/
  3. Everyday Virtues of an Ambassador for Christ: http://truthbomb.blogspot.com/2014/09/everyday-virtues-of-ambassador-for.html
  4. These results are predictable, but saddening (‘SSM’ in the column headings means “Same Sex Marriage”):
    survey
  5. Stephen Meyer and Marcus Ross on Irreducible Complexity and the Cambrian Explosion (2 hour video): http://www.uncommondescent.com/intelligent-design/arn-vid-stephen-meyer-and-marcus-ross-on-irreducible-complexity/
  6. How to Talk About “Evolution”: http://www.evolutionnews.org/2012/10/how_to_talk_abo065431.html
  7. In what ways is being a Christian difficult?  http://www.gotquestions.org/being-a-Christian.html
  8. As a Christian, you are a fully credentialed ambassador of the empire of Jesus, High King of the universe. God has entrusted to you the message of reconciliation, the good news that Jesus reconciles rebels to God. That’s as true from 9-5 Monday through Friday as it is for any other hour of your life. When you go to church, you’re an ambassador for the King. When you hang out with friends, you’re an ambassador for the King. When you go to work, meet with a client, participate in a meeting, work on a project, drive a nail, create a blueprint, welcome a customer, or write a white paper, you’re still an ambassador for the King. -The Gospel Coalition blog
  9. A good ambassador isn’t a one-dimensional fact-machine. He’s a well-rounded diplomat, able to present the entire truth of the Gospel to the world. – Melinda Penner

Have a great week!

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