I have written before about evidence and Christianity. One piece, giving some reading suggestions for Christian young people, is here. Another, on the question of whether a proposition like "Jesus rose from the dead" is a "self-committing" proposition, is here.
Over the weekend, this post by Prof. George Hunsinger of Princeton was brought to my attention. After some internal debate, I decide to write some criticisms of it and have put the long version up at my personal blog here. My post is called "What Not to Tell a Young Inquirer About the Evidences of the Christian Faith," and it is considerably longer and meatier than the light things I most often put up there. If the title is not sufficiently provocative, it includes the sentence, "Hunsinger represents a theological establishment that has lost its nerve."
Despite the fact that I chose to post the entire piece only at Extra Thoughts rather than cross-posting it here, feel free to make comments in either location.