Here’s something fun I found on Apologetics 315.
The lectures were given during the summer of 2007, so he mentions that the BJP is in power in India, but now Congress is in power. The lectures are not as focused as I would like – he talks a lot about off-topic things like general apologetics and Christian living, but it’s still a good introduction. It’s better from beginners. He definitely knows his material, and in depth.
- How to defend Christian exclusivism from the challenge of religious pluralism
- the problem of religious pluralism and religious truth claims
- the problem of postmodern skepticism
- the fate of the unevangelized (what about those who never heard of Jesus)
- the hiddenness of God (why isn’t there more evidence for God’s existence?)
- are all religions basically the same?
- what about the blind men and the elephant?
- isn’t faith is opposed to reason and evidence? (a debate between a Christian and a postmodern relativist)
- what makes Christianity different from other religions?