Summer Apologetic Potpourri

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potpourri7Summer is a very busy time of year for me, so I’m combining the June and July potpourri into one post. Here are a few videos that I have listened to lately and found helpful. They are all lengthy, but it’s summer … what else do you have to do?! Enjoy!

1. “The Problem of Suffering and the Goodness of God” by Ravi Zaccharias

This lecture is another from the Veritas series. Great take away points:

1. The wealthy and comfortable are very concerned about the “problem of suffering.” Instead, the poor and suffering tend to be the most religious among us. India for example has a very high rate of religiosity. If the problem of suffering is so obvious and devastating, why don’t those who suffer the most come to this conclusion the fastest?

2. A problem is an objective concern. However, when the question includes the questioner as part of the question, then it is not a problem, but a mystery. Mysteries are not solved in the same way as problems, if they are “solved” at all.

2. “The Legacy of C.S. Lewis”

3. Richard Dawkins Debates Alister McGrath


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Pulpit Minister for Glenpool Church of Christ (Glenpool, OK); BS in Astrophysics from University of Oklahoma; MDiv in Ministry from Oklahoma Christian Graduate School of Theology

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