The Christian Carnival comes down under to New Zealand – the home of Rugby, Lord of the Rings, many sheep and yours truly at MandM.
This edition features a good selection of blog posts across an array of interesting topics. Have a browse and enjoy
Greg West presents Liars, Lunatics, or Pathetic Gullible Dupes? Greg updates CS Lewis’ famous trilemma from Mere Christianity to account for other options posted at The Poached Egg.
Mikel Del Rosario presents 3 Essential Elements of Everyday Apologetics, a useful piece addressing the often neglected topic of the practical how-to of Christian Apologetics a posted atApologetics Guy.
Matthew Flannagan presents Response to William Lane Craig’s Question 225: “The ‘Slaughter’ of the Canaanites Re-visited” Part I and Part II; William Lane Craig referred to Matt in his question of the week, Matt responds to Craig’s criticisms of his argument. Posted at MandM.
Richard H. Anderson presents One Way Indicators, a discussion on the dating and intended audience of the Gospel of Luke posted at dokeo kago grapho soi kratistos Theophilos.
Jonathan presents 5 Anger Management Techniques That Work posted at Simple Life Habits.
Ridge Burns presents Creating Your Own Finish Lines posted at Ridge’s Blog.
Jim Klingenberger presents The Potter and the Clay, reflections on the potter’s house in Jeremiah 18:1-10 posted at Xulonjam’s Blog.
Brandon Peters presents Everything is Beautiful posted at INSPIKS.
Tim Fraticelli presents Should Churches Use Taxpayer Money? Tim asks some questions about tax payer funding of faith-based initiatives posted at Faith and Finance.
Madeleine Flannagan presents A Godless Public Square: Do ‘Private’ Christian Beliefs Have a Place in Public Life? Madeleine provides the text of her recent talk at the University of Auckland on this topic which includes examples of recent cases in the Western World where Christian faith has been privatised by public policy. Posted at MandM.
Rev Bruce Jackson presents Sharing Your Testimony posted at Revbruce’s Blog.
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Randy Everist presents Disproof of God Disproved, Randy offers a rebuttal of an attempt to show that the concept of God is incoherent posted at Possible Worlds.
Glenn Peoples presents Nuts and Bolts 012: Kenosis, an explanation of Kenotic views of Christiology posted at Say Hello to my Little Friend.
Zowada presents The Existence of Evil: Continuance; some thoughts on why God allows evil posted at Zowada Blog.
Thankyou everyone who submitted entries. The next Christian Carnival will be hosted at Thinking in Christ; you can submit a post to it here. Don’t forget to check out the Carnival’s Facebook page.
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