Thread: Awesome Apologetics Links
February 4th 2003, 06:38 PM #16
It is an attempt to trap the postmoderns in their own flawed logic of relative truth.
It is a self contradictory statement that draws in Atheists, Agnostics, Skeptics, postmoderns and relativists alike as seen by this picture of our evangelism tent
By the way, that's me on the right in the black.
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February 4th 2003, 09:13 PM #17La Rubia:
"General background on the UPCI that might be useful for Apologetic purposes. It is also a support site for struggling Pentes."
I just went to this site, and it was good. It made me cry. [/QUOTE]
I used to be United Pentecostal for a good portion of my life and I just went there for support. At the time there were no Oneness/Trinitarian mixed healing centers anywhere! So I checked this place and just had a little stay. Now I am a Trinitarian who is going to a Baptist church. I praise God for leading me through the narrow and out of that church!
Hehe something funny,
A picture of some in the UPC who believe the hair has powers.
EricI happen to be a researcher for various online organizations when it comes to Ornithology. What I am is a Ornithologist. The dictionary says an Ornithologist is a person who is "a zoologist who studies birds." I'm also very convinced of the truth of God's word when it comes to origins. (Creationist)
February 4th 2003, 09:14 PM #18
:rockon:I happen to be a researcher for various online organizations when it comes to Ornithology. What I am is a Ornithologist. The dictionary says an Ornithologist is a person who is "a zoologist who studies birds." I'm also very convinced of the truth of God's word when it comes to origins. (Creationist)
February 8th 2003, 02:23 PM #19
Here are some of the best sites that I've come across:
For scientific arguments made by fully credentialed scientists (and professors) against the theory of evolution and in favor of creation see:
A list of 100 scientists that "Dissent from Darwinism" can be found at:
For an excellent site with articles on apologetic methodology, ethics, theology, etc. see:
For excellent information, rebuttals, debates, etc. (From a Reformed perspective) on issues such as Sola Scripture, Justification by Faith Alone, various Cults, etc., see:
February 9th 2003, 08:36 PM #20
my first post
Did anyone mention this one?
Bede's library - reasonable apologetics
"The aim of the Library is show how a person of a scientific background came to Christianity and has had his faith strengthened rather than weakened by argument and reason. It is intended for other seekers who want to be Christians but need to know that they will not be asked to commit intellectual suicide to become one."
One of my favourites along with Tektonics and the Christian Think-Tank.
Also this one:
the Errant Skeptics Research Institute
"A collection of writings, quotes, and debates on God, Jesus Christ, Bible, Christian apologetics, theology, church, atheism, skepticism, The Jesus Seminar, G.A. Wells, Darwinism, Intelligent Design, second law of thermodynamics, evolution, theistic-evolution, eugenics, the Kansas State School Board evolution ruling, and historical quotes by the Founding Fathers regarding America's relationship with God"
But why do they have to use that hokey term "institute"?
February 9th 2003, 08:37 PM #21
February 9th 2003, 08:40 PM #22
A few here actually ask DDW to bite again once being bitten
A great site for OVT and trinity is
www.gregboyd.orgHave you the brain worms?!
February 9th 2003, 08:43 PM #23
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February 10th 2003, 08:09 AM #26
Hey Socrates and JJ... I think I will move this into another thread if you both don't mind. What I am going to do is leave in this thread the initial posts where you both recommend certain links.. but copy those posts as the starting posts in a new thread in the Science section. So those posts will be in both threads. However, the remaining comments back and forth will all be moved into the new thread to keep this one somewhat continuous on posting links. I hope that is acceptable...
February 10th 2003, 08:22 AM #27
Well I was able to move the posts into a new thread but unable to keep some of them here as well.... here is the link to the Creation Science discussion...
February 10th 2003, 08:50 AM #28Dee Dee Warren:
Hey Socrates and JJ... I think I will move this into another thread if you both don't mind.
April 7th 2003, 07:43 AM #29
I just happened to find this thing on my journey to understanding apologetics. It seems nice........but I am not an expert on this sort of thing.
NickIt's odd how one's memories of youth turn out so bleak. Why does the business of growing up - one's recollections of growth itself - have to be so tragic? I still haven't found the answer. I doubt if anyone has. When I finally reach thar stage at which the placid wisdom of old age, with the dry clarity that comes toward autumn's end, occasionally descends on a person, then I too may suddenly discover that I too understand. But I doubt whether, by that time, understanding will have much point. ~Yukio Mishima
April 7th 2003, 12:00 PM #30
Here's a few of my favorites that I don't think have been mentioned yet:
Provides answers to many different questions and topics.
Graphics-free general apologetics site. (Authored by a woman, too, which I think is cool.)
Commentary about skepticism by - what else? - an ex-atheist.
Behind the Badge
General apologetics page authored by a deputy sheriff
Bible Query (inerrancy.org)
Almost the exact opposite of the Skeptics' Annotated Bible. HUGE site with verse-by-verse answers to questions about the Bible.
EDIT: Forgot to add that the Errant Skeptic website is one of my favorites - esp. the online debate texts. Hilarious!
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