November 19, 2017

Coffee Cup Apologetics 7: Religion and Violence

What is the relationship between religion- particularly Christianity- and violence? Coffee Cup Apologetics now has its own website: ccapologetics.wordpress.com

Coffee Cup Apologetics 6: The Cross and Evil

Finishing with the question of believing in God despite the reality of evil. My focus is the cross. Plus, a recommendation of an Alister McGrath interview. The Alister McGrath Interview. Coffee Cup Apologetics now has its own website: ccapologetics.wordpress.com

Coffee Cup Apologetics 5: Believing in the Christian God Despite Evil (con’t)

I continue with reasons to believe in the Christian God despite the reality of evil. Coffee Cup Apologetics now has its own website: ccapologetics.wordpress.com

Coffee Cup Apologetics 4: What is my one reason for being a Christian?

I answer a listener criticism, and suggest how to answer “What is the one reason you are a Christian?” Coffee Cup Apologetics now has its own website: ccapologetics.wordpress.com

Coffee Cup Apologetics 3: How can you believe in the Christian God when there is so much evil? (Part 1)

Here is the third in the Coffee Cup Apologetics series: Answering the question “How can you believe in the Christian God when there is so much evil? (Part 1)” Coffee Cup Apologetics now has its own website: ccapologetics.wordpress.com.

Coffee Cup Apologetics 2: How Can You Believe in God When There Is So Much Evil?

Here is the second in the Coffee Cup Apologetics series: Answering the question “How can you believe in God when there is so much evil?” Referenced in this podcast: Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. Coffee Cup Apologetics Website.

Coffee Cup Apologetics: Why I Am A Christian: Ten Reasons

UPDATE: Here is the Peter Kreeft material on the resurrection that I refer to in this post and podcast. I have several apologetics presentations that have developed here at my ministry setting. I’m going to do some of them as posts and podcasts. I’ll call the series “Coffee Cup Apologetics.” Here is “Why I Am […]