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Monday, December 28, 2015

2015 Top Ten Apologetics Blog Posts

2015 has been an incredible year for articles and issues requiring Christians to think. From the Planned Parenthood video exposé to atheist memes to natural disasters, there were plenty of questions that needed answering and topics to discuss.

Below are the top ten most popular posts for 2015 from Come Reason's Apologetics Notes. As I began to publish daily, there was a five-fold increase in readership. Some of the articles are specific to news events of 2015, others are general questions about the Bible. All will hopefully help you in your pursuit of truth.

With no further adieu, here are the top ten apologetic posts of 2015, from #10 down to #1.

  1. How Would Stephen Fry Answer His Own Challenge to God?
  2. Planned Parenthood is Selling Body Parts. Here's What You Can Do
  3. Why Would a Loving God Allow the Earthquake in Nepal?
  4. Secularism isn't a Neutral Position
  5. Why Would God Command Women to Marry Their Rapists?
  6. Six Errors Jesus Mythicists Repeatedly Make
  7. Responding to Atheist Critiques of Christian Hypocrisy
  8. No, Christmas Is Not Based on a Pagan Holiday
  9. What Were the Crusades? Busting Some Myths
  10. How to Quickly Debunk the Horus-Jesus Myth

1 comment:

  1. I believe that a "one size fits all" approach to debating Christians is misguided. I recently wrote a post on my blog entitled, "How to Debate a Christian". I believe that the key to debating Christians is to know which type of Christian he or she is: a Liberal, a Moderate, or a Fundamentalist. I believe that each of these three types of Christian has a different weakness in their Christian belief system; a weakness which the atheist/skeptic can take advantage of to win the debate. I would be interested in a Christian critique of my post if anyone has the time and inclination.

    Blog: Escaping Christian Fundamentalism
    Post: How to Debate a Christian



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