Anyone interested in Christian apologetics should consult the works of Lee Strobel. His investigative-style books–such as The Case for Christ and The Case for a Creator–offer a fresh approach to apologetics and are easy to read and understand.
Mr. Strobel’s website is a treasure trove of resources to aid in further study and research in apologetics. In particular, the site features numerous videos addressing particular apologetics topics, often in interview format.
If you’ve never seen “Bishops R Us“, you’ve missed out on a real treat.
Are you hankering for a fast track to ordination?
Do you have urges to play dress up for church?
Do the trappings of the episcopate make you giddy?
Then you should head over for a visit to “Bishops R Us” to get things done quickly. This is especially handy for those who want to start their own jurisdiction/denomination or give themselves titles that sound profound.
Be sure to scroll down the page and click the link for those in a hurry!
The Ugly Church Stuff file makes its way to the top of the pile again in this story about a Christian metal singer who turns out to be an atheist. By the way, he also tried to hire someone to kill off his wife. This isn’t one of those nice little fluff pieces that makes you feel all warm and fuzzy. According to The Christian …
BreakPoint is a daily audio feature about four minutes long that addresses current societal issues important for Christians. Eric Metaxas hosts the program begun by Chuck Colson. The daily program is a quick way to be informed about critical matters that impact our faith.
Imprimis is a monthly publication offered by Hillsdale College. It regularly features excerpts of addresses by notable speakers covering a variety of important current issues. Subscription is free, and the content is thought-provoking: well worth the few minutes it takes to read each issue.