Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Announcing a new annotated bibliography on historical apologetics

I'll be posting briefly about this on What's Wrong with the World in the next couple of days, too. Meanwhile, I'm very pleased to announce here that Tim McGrew's annotated bibliography on historical apologetics is available on my personal web page, here.

It's taken a while for Tim to be satisfied that the biblio is ready for web posting, but it really is good to make this stuff widely available to people who will find it useful. If you have a history buff in your life or a Christian apologetics buff, and especially if you know someone who is both, get him the link. It's cool stuff.

4 comments:

William Luse said...

I've bookmarked it. Particularly interested in the responses to Hume, and the fellow who goes after Gibbon, since I've lately been dipping into those sections of the Decline and Fall that deal with the rise of Christianity. While reading I sometimes think, "Good stuff," and at others, "Whose side is he on?"

Lydia McGrew said...

Oh, there's no question whose side Gibbon is on. The wrong one! "Thou hast conquered, oh pale Galilean," and all that nonsense.

Sarah Scott said...

Thanks to Tim via Lydia for your hard work on this and your dedication to glorifying God and making Him known through furthering Christian thought! :) Blessings to you both!

Lydia McGrew said...

Thanks, Sarah. Make it available wherever you think it will be most useful.