Another New Addition to the Audio Page

While I have used Jeff Downs' Theology Research pages as a matter of course over the past few years, I was not aware of the large assortment of apologetics audio files he has on his apologetics audio page. Consider the following that are just the first few audio files on that page:

Something Much Too Plain to Say (Critique of Michael Martin, etc.)
K. Scott Oliphint Click Here to listen. text version.

God Delusion Debate
David Quinn vs. Richard Dawkins Click Here to listen.

Is God a Delusion? Atheism and the Meaning of Life
Alister McGrath Click Here to listen.

Questions and Answers with Ravi Zacharias at University of Washington
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5

Who is Alvin Plantinga?
Apologetics.com Click Here to listen.

Apologetic Methodology
Mark Coppenger, Bruce Ware, Ted Cabal and Stephen Wellum Click Here to listen.

No Good Reason to Be an Atheist
Dustin Segers Click Here to listen.

There are at least 100 audio files on the page, and while some of them need to be ordered, many of them are free. I personally enjoyed listening to Is God a Delusion? Atheism and the Meaning of Life by Alister McGrath while I was working last night. It struck me that he was saying a lot of the same things I have been saying about Richard Dawkins' approach to religion. Really good stuff. I had to add it to the Christian CADRE Audio page. Take a look.

Comments

Jeff Downs said…
Thanks so much for the plug. It is amazing how this page has grown over the years.

I'm sure more could be added...so if there is audio or video anyone is aware of, please send me a link and I'll post it.

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