What to say when Mormons knock on your door, by Michael Licona (online book)
The Church of England newspaper recently released the following article on the RAPID growth and power of Islam in the UK. This is both an interesting and alarming read. I have copied the article below since the link expired.
Religious trends and our religious future
If recent reports of trends in religious observance prove to be correct, then in some 30 years the mosque will be able to claim that, religiously speaking, the UK is an Islamic nation, and therefore needs a share in any religious establishment to reflect this. The progress of conservative Islam in the UK has been amazing, and it has come at a time of prolonged decline in church attendance that seems likely to continue. Read the rest of this entry »
“Wisdom results when a respectful heart is united with a disciplined mind.”
–Love Your God With All Your Mind: the role of reason in the life of the soul, J. P. Moreland (p. 53)
This is not a book of arguments per se; that is, it does not outline several recommended arguments for, say, the existence of God. In it, rather, professor James Sire, author of numerous books, including The Universe Next Door, Scripture Twisting, and How To Read Slowly, insightfully yet accessibly discusses “the pitfalls facing Christians who wish not merely to assert the truth of the Christian faith but to do so with the greatest likelihood of success” (p. 15). Read the rest of this entry »
The article from The Birmingham News, is here.
I’m currently trying to compile a list of educational institutions in the South that offer either the B.A. in Apologetics (or apologetics as a major) or a non-degree Certificate in Apologetics. In other words I’m looking for undergraduate degree offerings. The list is thus far rather short. If you know of any such schools, please mention them in the comments. Thanks!