- Thucydides predicted that future generations would underestimate the power of Sparta. It built no great temples, left no magnificent ruins. Absent any tangible signs of the sway it once held, memories of its past importance would sound like ridiculous exaggerations. This is how I feel about New Atheism.
- Jordan Peterson: High Priest for a Secular Age
- Reforming Apologetics: The Light of Nature
- Babylon Bee: Increasingly Secular Nation Replaces Outdated Religious Ideas With Moral Judgements, End Times Prophecies
- Right Wing Nerds vs. the New Common Sense
Looking for some new stuff to watch on youtube related to apologetics? I’ve got some links for you. The first one I found out about from Capturing Christianity (many more good videos there)
- Plantinga Conference
- Robin Collins and Josh Rasmussen on Fine Tuning
- Peter Hitchens debates abortion
- CS Lewis: The Abolition of Man and The Invasion
- Why do bad things happen to good people?
- The Death of God, The Descent of Man, The Death of Humanity
- The Historical Reliability of the Gospels: A Response to the Influence of Bart Ehrman
- Why Is the Christian Subculture Still So ‘Mindless’?
- 9 Reasons Why Joseph of Arimathea Was a Real Historical Figure
- Study the Culture to Better Share the Gospel
- Remembering Death to Really Live
- Is Naturalism simpler than Theism? Some reflections on Graham Oppy’s “Best argument against God”
- The Mutant Says in His Heart, “There Is No God”
Note that I am getting married on Friday, and will be on my honeymoon for a few weeks. So don’t expect much activity from me. Also sorry about an earlier version of this post where the link to the Oppy page was broken.
- Resources on Aquinas’ First Way – /u/hammiesink
- Van Til’s Transcendental Argument – John Frame
- A Criticism of the Documentary Hypothesis
Sorry posts have been a bit sparse lately, I have just started a full time (secular) job. I still need to work out how I am going to manage my time between all of my projects.
- Lydia McGrew on the slippery slope of euthanasia
- “One of Taylor’s most important apologetic moves explains how conversion to atheism or exclusive humanism is motivated by a particular moral narrative.”
- Dawkins: Hypocrisy and Dishonesty
- Anthony Magnabosco: “Socratic” atheist debater who knows nothing about Socrates