Welcome to the January 11, 2012 edition of christian carnival ii. We have so many great submissions this week, and I’ve also gleaned from the recent offerings of fellow members of Christian Apologetics Alliance.
problem of pain, suffering, evil
It was interesting to find a few submissions on this topic so I decided to make a category out of it for this edition. I also added a few I gleaned from recent Christian Apologetics Alliance offerings.
From Christian Apologetics Alliance members:
Christiana Szymanski blogged Quote of the Week: Ravi Zacharias On The Problem of Evil posted at In Defense of the Christian Faith.
other apologetics from The Alliance
Brian Auten blogged 10 Pitfalls of the Foolish Apologist posted at Apologetics 315.
Mikel Del Rosario blogged William Jessup University Student – Understanding Apologetics was a Turning Point in My Life posted at Apologetics Guy.
Blake Anderson blogged The Flying Spaghetti Monster, Expanding Atheist Clubs, Bad Religion, & A Washington D.C. Rally posted at Ratio Christi.
Glenn Peoples blogged “God of the Living” – William Tyndale and the Resurrection posted at Say Hello to My Little Friend.
Melissa Travis blogged Book Review: John Lennox’s Seven Days That Divide the World posted at Hard-Core Christianity.
other ‘than’ apologetics from The Alliance
Tom Gilson blogged Sherlock Holmes vs. Hugo (and Why Hugo Should Win) posted at Evangel | A First Things Blog.
Josh presents Easter Bible Verses – 20 Awesome Scripture Quotes posted at What Christians Want To Know, saying, “Check out these inspiring Bible verses about Easter and
the resurrection of Jesus Christ.”
Jim Klingenberger presents Unions posted at Xulonjam’s Blog, saying, “Not sure how to categorize this. It came out of a couple of interactions, one on a secular board and another on a Christian board. I am defending Unions from the charges which are popular these days, particularly the idea that Unions are anti-Christian.” By the way, we’re talking ‘labor’ unions here.
For the Tim Tebow fans, Rebecca LuElla Miller presents Platforms And Purpose posted at A Christian Worldview of Fiction, saying, “The topic is actually Christian living, not really a devotional, but none of the other categories fit. Here’s a key excerpt: “The size of the platform does not dictate the value of the ministry or reduce the importance of the purpose God has given to each. “”
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