I had the opportunity to scan Dr. George Zemek’s doctoral thesis on apologetics and theology and make it available online.
The file is large, so download may be a bit slow. Still, it is one of the best treatments of the subject of apologetic theology. You also have the benefit of reading the marginal notes of my friend from whom I obtained my copy.
Additionally, I added three apologetic oriented MP3s I think folks will find useful, or at least I hope they do.
First, I had the privilege of preaching on the subject of apologetic methodology. Once last July and recently this past May. Both messages compliment each other, so if you are interested, please download and listen. Shoot me an email and tell me what you think.
Lastly, I converted the Youtube version of Dr. James White and Dr. Richard Howe’s “student lounge” discussion about apologetics to MP3. The audio is not the best, but is certainly listenable.
The discussion is two hours long, and you can maybe fast-forward the first 20 minutes or so past Dr. Howe’s testimony, but the meat of the interchange between these two men clearly outlines the distinct starting points of Classic-evidentialist apologetics from biblical, presuppositional apologetics. My hope is that Dr. White will take up Dr. Howe’s challenge and debate him on apologetic methodology, or perhaps do something more formal with him on the subject.