mid-week apologetics booster (3/5/2015)

Good morning all,

Here are your weekly links to read and/or watch:

  1. PDF – Greg Koukl responding to Bart Ehrman’s “Misquoting Jesus” (Solid Ground – Sept/Oct 2010): http://www.str.org/Media/Default/Publications/DigitalSG_0910_New-1.pdf
  2. You Have to Come Out As A Christian Before You Can Step Out As An Apologist (J. Warner Wallace) – http://coldcasechristianity.com/2015/you-have-to-come-out-as-a-christian-before-you-can-step-out-as-an-apologist/
  3. The Juvenilization (not rejuvenation) of American Christianity: http://www.equip.org/article/juvenilization-american-christianity/#christian-books-3
  4. The Foolishness of the Cross: http://triablogue.blogspot.com/2008/03/foolishness-of-cross.html
  5. How the Body Works: Intelligent Design in Action – Howard Glicksman, “In this series, I plan to show how the body works and how the only plausible explanation for its ability to combat the laws of nature and survive in the world are the many physiological innovations that must have come about through intelligent design”: http://www.evolutionnews.org/2015/02/how_the_body_wo093941.html
  6. Above All the Earth – interview with NASA astronaut Col. Jeffrey Williams – do views of Earth from space have an impact on your spiritual life? http://www.icr.org/article/8635
  7. American Muslim (Nabeel Qureshi) became Christian after watching debate between Shabir Ally & Mike Licona (this is just a 2 minute snippet): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AR5WFOORsdM
  8. The Reliability of the New Testament (35 minute video by Dan Wallace): http://www.stephenjbedard.com/reliability-new-testament/
  9. String theory has come to be seen as faith, not reason? http://www.uncommondescent.com/intelligent-design/string-theory-has-come-to-be-seen-as-faith-not-reason/
  10. Apologetics for Kids: Free Resources for Parents: https://beyondtm.wordpress.com/2015/03/03/apologetics-for-kids-free-resources-for-parents/
  11. Summit Semester Experience.  At Summit Semester students will learn from some of the top Christian scholars in the country. Our environment will nurture spiritual formation and hone intellectual skills, while also helping our students develop strong interpersonal relationships. Our goal is to prepare students for the challenges they will face at the university while motivating them to be influential leaders,  shaping the ideas of culture for the glory of God and the good of our society.  http://www.summit.org/blogs/summit-announcements/watch-the-summit-semester-experience-video/

Praise God, for he is good!  Habakkuk 3:17-18

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