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Library Bulletin Board: Fall 2013

Bulletin Board Fall 2013
Descriptions and Examples of Apologetics

“Perspectives for Pondering” (articles with a point) include:
Think Again – The Gentle Goldsmith, by Ravi Zacharias.
Getting a Grip on Christian Apologetics, by Alex McFarland.
Did Baby Jesus Wear Diapers? by Alex McFarland.
Useful Apologetics Websites.

This was my first use of QR codes to provide links to the articles posted, otherwise people would have to remember to go to the library web site for the links.


Links – January 2013

Top 10 News Stories of 2012, from Christianity Today magazine.

Top Newsmakers of 2012, from Christianity Today magazine. (Other year-end lists.)

Links – December 2012

What do you do when news articles cast doubt on the Bible?

[Bart] Erhman at it Again

What Luke Actually Wrote

Why we should expect witnesses to disagree

Links – April 2012

Charles Colson died in April 2012 – from Christianity Today magazine:
Remembering Charles Colson, a Man Transformed

Two articles on the Bible:

Defending Scripture. Literally.

‘God is not a Genie in a Bottle’: Ways We Misuse the Bible

Links – February 2012

10 Reasons to Believe in a Historical Adam, from the blog of Pastor Kevin DeYoung.

Discipling the Dragon–despite stringent controls, 1300 Christian books are now available–legally–inside China.

Top 10 News Stories of 2011, with links to fuller information.

Links – January 2012

From Christianity Today magazine, the “Top Ten News Stories of 2011”, with links to fuller information.

The Online Bible and Archaeology Museum, highlighting 50 finds that illuminate Bible events.

From Christianity Today magazine, an article about “Archaeology’s Rebel: Bible in One Hand, Spade in the Other”.  Some archaeologists discount the Bible’s version of events – Eilat Mazar uses it as clues to history.

Bible Geocoding, the location of every identifiable place mentioned in the Bible, using Google Earth as a base map.