I didn’t get a lot of blogging done after the summer in 2013 because when I wasn’t helping my dad digitize his records or freelancing (those typos in the footers aren’t mine, but who’s looking, right?), I was busy helping The Christian Apologetics Alliance move to a new host, and I went to school full-time in the fall to finish up a couple degrees. Before that, I managed to revisit or hammer out some stuff at my old blog, this blog, Examiner.com, and The Christian Apologetics Alliance (even a bit of poetry at the end).
Over at the other Ichthus77:
Hell or Heaven: What about those who have never heard the gospel?
Blog index for Douglas Groothuis’ “Christian Apologetics: A Comprehensive Case for Biblical Faith”
Defining the good: The Golden Rule
May 2013 Christian Carnival: #Gosnell & #INHUMAN
#Gosnell tweets you are free to snag
Why do I tweet so much about #Gosnell?
“Objections to Faith” by David Spikes (12 yrs. old)
Undesigned Coincidences in the Bible by Tim McGrew
A “Twelve Facts” resurrection logic puzzle
Biblical faith in the “unseen” does not equal “blind” faith.
Rejecting grace because the evil don’t pay?
The difference between atheism, theism, and agnosticism.
Ichthus77’s first newsletter
The Moral Argument
“Churches for Apologetics” petition
Lee Strobel’s “The Case for Faith for Kids” summary with commentary
Here on *this* Ichthus77:
What I’ve been e-doing about the web… You can see how much of what I set out to do in 2013 actually got done, because many of the projects mentioned in that article are listed in this blog post. :)
Adding A Canonical Link
Bible Study Methods
Bible Narrative Project
Over at Examiner.com:
3 things to consider about the problem of evil, suffering and hell February 28, 2013
4 ways to do apologetics with your family February 28, 2013
Apologetics Daily: Easter Review April 1, 2013
Gosnell “House of Horrors” late-term abortion, overdose death trial April 11, 2013
Abortion industry hides pedophilia while others push for normalization May 29, 2013
I also began the process of migrating articles that aren’t local to Modesto or San Francisco over to my new National Christian Apologetics Examiner title.
Last, but not least, my blogs over at The Christian Apologetics Alliance:
Community Apologetics: Starting with your family
A Different Argument from Morality
If God is good and all-powerful, why does he not prevent evil, suffering and hell?
Did the concept of monotheism socially evolve?
Is #Gosnell #INHUMAN?
Does the evidence matter, or is it mere distraction?
Poem: Does God allow evil and suffering?
My next blog post (beyond four scheduled posts that share poetry) will tell you what’s in store for 2014. :)