Keep On the Lookout: New Books on Apologetics to Watch Out For

Here are some books on Apologetics to be watching for that will be released this summer: 1.  On Guard for Students: Defending Your Faith with Reason and Precision by William Lane Craig (Cook Publishing) Slated for release on June 1, 2015 this book is written by one of the world’s leading Christian apologists, William LaneContinue reading “Keep On the Lookout: New Books on Apologetics to Watch Out For”

Atheist and Theist Team Up

Several weeks ago I posted about a debate on the source of morality hosted by New York Apologetics at the Stony Brook University between Frank Turek and Michael Shermer on April 16, 2015.  Apparently it is still making news.  In fact, the two debaters teamed up to counter a student group on campus about freeContinue reading “Atheist and Theist Team Up”

Book Review: Building Belief by Chad Meister

Building Belief came out in 2006 and was reissued by Wipf and Stock in 2009.  It is a great gem of an apologetics books.  Definitely worth checking out.  He has since become a prolific author having edited, co-edited, and authored dozens of books such as The Cambridge Companion to the Problem of Evil, God andContinue reading “Book Review: Building Belief by Chad Meister”

Video: Evidence for God: Key Arguments for a Reasonable Faith | William Lane Craig

Dr. William Lane Craig summarizes key arguments for God’s existence at the 2014 Unbelievable? Conference in England.  The video provides some graphics making it visually interesting as well as intellectually stimulating.  It is well worth the 45 minutes to watch the presentation and then the 15 minutes of Q&A from the audience.   Craig covers sevenContinue reading “Video: Evidence for God: Key Arguments for a Reasonable Faith | William Lane Craig”

To Read This Week: Incarnation, NYC Debate, Stealing from God

“Incarnation and Theodicy” by William Lane Craig at Reasonable Faith – Dr. Craig gets questions emailed to him and he chooses one and answers it.  This week he focuses on the coherency of the incarnation and the importance of properly understanding that Christian doctrine.