November 8, 2010

More About That Supernatural Discussion

Buona sera. There have been a few articles and discussions regarding the supernatural here and elsewhere in which I have been involved. One of the main points is whether or not (or when and how) to use "the supernatural" (or miracles, God or other explanations). Well, Podcast #177 from Please Convince Me apologetics addresses these matters to some extent, as well as discussing the Virgin Birth, the Early Gospels and other issues. It runs about an hour, but at least it's free. And the host is very qualified regarding what qualifies as evidence. You can listen to that here.


Zach said...


I haven't been by your blog for a while, but I was scrolling through and this supernatural post caught my eye. I'll give Podcast #177 a look-see. Also, I got myself a copy of McDowell's Evidence book you recommended and am wading my way very slowly through it. He writes in an odd style - I find it a bit disjointed, and often I find myself wanting to know more what he thinks, as less about what the hundreds of people he quotes and references thinks. Regardless, an interesting read and thanks for the advice.

Bob Sorensen said...

I'm glad you stopped by. "Evidence" is difficult, yes, and helped many people (one of my new online friends gave a "by the way, I like that book, too" remark). McDowell has a site with useful information (there are some things at the top that may get your interest, and under "Resources" there are some videos, as well as many books. You happened to pick the most difficult one, and I'll take the blame for that.

Also, in my Apologetics Links, "Please Convince Me" is highly regarded. I won't load you up with things to chase down, you can click around as you see fit.

If you like, I can send you a Bible.

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