Extra Resources for Christian Apologetics - Lesson 13

(Common Objections to Christianity)


In this video, Ravi Zacharias discusses the supposed conflict between the God of the Old Testament and the God of the New Testament:

In this video, William Lane Craig discusses God's supposed genocide in the Old Testament:

In this video, Bodie Hodge discusses Old Testament slavery:


The following articles from William Lane Craig's "Reasonable Faith" blog are answers to various objections to Christianity:


Now that we have finished this course, I want to share a few videos of some very famous debates that Christian apologists have had with atheists. These are longer videos than the ones I've been sharing, but I highly recommend you watch them. It will give you a great example of how the evidence for Christianity holds up in the public square, and it will help you see some great examples of how you can approach the topic of apologetics with unbelievers and do it in a gentle and respectful way.

This first debate is between William Lane Craig and the well-known atheist Christopher Hitchens, on the topic of God's existence:

The second debate is between John Lennox and the famous atheist Richard Dawkins on whether or not science has buried God:

This third video is a debate between Nabeel Qureshi and Shabir Ally on whether the true God is the God of Christianity or Islam:

Thank you for participating in Christian Apologetics. I hope that it has encouraged you to do some deeper study into the various topics we've discussed as you prepare to give a reason for the hope you have!


Click on the following links to view the extra resources for the other lessons in the course:

Lesson 1: Introduction to Apologetics - Part 1

Lesson 2: Introduction to Apologetics - Part 2

Lesson 3: Contingency Argument

Lesson 4: Kalām Cosmological Argument

Lesson 5: Teleological Argument

Lesson 6: Moral Argument

Lesson 7: Ontological Argument

Lesson 8: Common Objections to Theism

Lesson 9: Jesus as a Historical Figure

Lesson 10: The Resurrection of Christ

Lesson 11: The Reliability of the Scriptures

Lesson 12: The Doctrine of the Trinity

Lesson 13: Common Objections to Christianity