Category: Apologetics

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Putting the Fear of God into the New Atheists

A recent story in The Chronicle of Higher Education quoted the new atheist and prominent author Sam Harris as saying those words about William Lane Craig. Craig is a well-known theologian, philosopher, and Christian apologist in evangelical circles. He is also known to many academics in the philosophical guild. However, he is less known among […]

Reason for God Q&A with Tim Keller

In 2008, Tim Keller released a book called The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism in order to show how Christian belief is not only reasonable but also makes the best sense of the world around us. Martin Bashir interviewed him that same year at Columbia University as a part of the […]

The Veritas Forum

I am constantly listening to podcasts at work since I sit in an office all day. As a result, I do a lot of searching for new sites with audio resources. Recently I have come across The Veritas Forum. As the Veritas Team describes it, “Veritas Forums are university events that engage students and faculty […]

Collision – Hitchens vs. Wilson

If you haven’t caught wind of this new independent documentary then here’s a taste of what you can expect. Collision documents the debate, discussion, and tour over this question: Is Christianity Good for the World? The main players are Christopher Hitchens (journalist, author, atheist) and Douglas Wilson (pastor, professor, author, Christian). As Wilson puts it […]

Are Mormons Christians?

On Beliefnet.com, Al Mohler and Orson Scott Card are debating whether Mormans are Christians.  This is an intriguing written debate for people who do not know the difference between a Mormon and a Christian.  Al Mohler is the President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Orson Scott Card is a well-known LDS author. Here […]