Thursday, June 28, 2007
More evangelistic sites
My promised reviews of evangelistic sights have been slow in coming, due to life with a 2 month old! However, in the meantime, here are some more sights that I've come across.
My brother, John Ross pointed out the site Glad you asked.
That in turn has links to...
Veritas Forum - Veritas Forums are university events that engage students and faculty in discussions about life's hardest questions and the relevance of Jesus Christ to all of life. Their talks are available online.
Josh McDowell - An apologetics web site with answers to many difficult questions.
The Zacharias Trust - The Zacharias Trust exists to try to answer the questions of honest sceptics about the truth of Christianity.
William Lane Craig - A resource containing articles and debate transcripts of Dr. Craig's work as philosopher, theologian, writer and speaker.
Institut für Glaube und Wissenschaft (Institute for Belief and Science) - Articles related to apologetics
Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry - Information on doctrine, various religious groups, cults, Evolution, New Age, and related subjects.
Rational Christianity - Objections to Christianity explored and answered
Answers in Genesis - Apologetics with a focus on Genesis
Relevant Magazine- RELEVANTMAGAZINE.COM is a daily updated website covering God, life and progressive culture. They get beneath the surface and ask the questions no one else is asking.
Ministry and Media - A storehouse of pop culture information and programming ideas to help youth workers use media to relate the gospel to teenagers
London Institute for Contemporary Christianity - The LICC works to equip Christians to engage biblically and relevantly with the issues they face, including Work, Capitalism, Youth Culture, Media, Gender and Communication.
Damaris/Culture Watch - CultureWatch contains hundreds of articles and study guides on films, books, music, television and some of the developments within culture as a whole.
This is suddenly looking like a large project to review all these sites... perhaps I'll wait until my son is at least 3 months before I begin in earnest!