Tim Keller Makes Sense

Here’s Tim Keller absolutely killing it in a talk for Google entitled, “Making Sense of God: An Invitation to the Skeptical“:

A Short Course on How to Argue for Life

Via Justin Taylor, here are some video sessions on upping your pro-life apologetics game from Scott Klusendorf. Here’s session one to get a taste:

Can You be Good Without God?

In the spirit of previous musings on this blog about the nature of “goodness,” here’s a video that asks if there could be such things as “good” and “bad” if there were no God: (Also note that all arguments sound more convincing when made by a person with a British accent.)

Moral Absolutes Have to Come from Somewhere

From the Stand to Reason blog, a quick explanation of how the existence of moral absolutes points to the existence of God. Also, something about bowling.

Watch Some C.S. Lewis Doodles

Excerpts from C.S. Lewis works read while an artist illustrates them comic-book style? Why, yes please. And there are more like this over on the God and the Machine blog.

Responding to a Christian Turned Atheist

Natasha Crain responds to comments from a reader who grew up Christian but later became an atheist. In doing so, she offers some good advice to Christian parents whose kids are going to grow up in a world that’s ever more hostile to their faith: Atheist Reader: We no longer live in closed monotheistic Christian … Read more

Evangelism for Introverts

As an introvert who continues to struggle with my condition, I found a lot to like in this two-part post from Holly Ordway: an introvert’s perspective on sharing your faith in public. Here are some highlights: So when I was an atheist, I would have responded very badly indeed to a Cheerful Extrovert for Jesus … Read more

Ravi Zacharias Mic Drop, Y’all

Via Justin Taylor, here’s Ravi Zacharias on post-modern architecture: He said, “This is America’s first postmodern building.” I was startled for a moment and I said, “What is a postmodern building?” He said, “Well, the architect said that he designed this building with no design in mind. When the architect was asked, ‘Why?’ he said, … Read more

When Atheists are Right

Often times when atheists (or just garden-variety non-believers) reject Christianity, it’s not really Christianity they’re rejecting, but some made-up caricature of Christianity. Misinformation, bad experiences, and the relentless bombardment of negative portrayals in the media (Hi, Phil Robertson!) combine to lead people to believe that Christianity is, at best, the belief system of the dad … Read more

The Illustrated C.S. Lewis

The Poached Egg has posted some cool videos that illustrate some passages from C.S. Lewis in that cool, drawing-it-while-he’s-talking style, like the one below:

There is No Conflict Between the Bible and Science

White Horse Inn is posting video answers to the most common apologetics questions, including this one about the false conflict between religious belief and science:

Well, We Know He Believes in the Devil

Josh Fults comments on Stephen King’s thoughts about God which really aren’t very scary at all: Last week, National Public Radio interviewed Mr. King, and he was asked about his beliefs in God. King asserts, “If you say, ‘Well, OK, I don’t believe in God. There’s no evidence of God,’ then you’re missing the stars in the … Read more

Preparing Kids for Attacks on Their Faith

Via Justin Taylor, advice from D. A. Carson on preparing kids for attacks on their faith that they will face in college, or high school, or on TV, or in the movies, or, heck, in a large percentage of Episcopal churches. Of course, I liked this part a lot: First, the home should encourage vigorous … Read more

One Minute Apologist

I was just thinking, what if I want to learn some arguments in support of Christianity, but I only have sixty seconds? Well, looky here: it’s the One Minute Apologist! You too can learn the wisdom of the Bible during commercial breaks on The Amazing Race! Here’s a sample for you, on the Levitical laws and … Read more

Ravi Zacharias vs. Stephen Hawking

I know who I’d take in a foot race or a pie eating contest (kidding—I’m sure Stephen Hawking could develop a very sophisticated machine to help him eat pie), but how about in a religion vs. science throwdown? Apologist Ravi Zacharias takes a swing in the video below.