Responding to the claim that 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, and Titus are forgeries by looking at the use of secretaries (amanuenses) in the ancient world.
Responding to the claim that Ephesians, Colossians, and 2 Thessalonians are forgeries and couldn't have been written by Paul.
“I’ve tried to believe in God. I want to believe, I really do, but I just can’t. He...just wasn’t there.” The silence of God is a problem for many. It is for me. I’d like to be confident that the...
A brief, collegiate discussion on whether Christians are still obligated to obey Old Testament commandments.
A collegiate discussion on the varying interpretations of "yom" in Genesis 1.
Although Jesus' claims to deity are more explicit in the Gospel of John, all three Synoptics present Jesus as divine.
American Christians talk a lot about the possibility or reality of persecution coming to the United States. What we often don’t realize is how much our culture is directing the conversation. "People should not be afraid of their governments. Governments...
A collegiate essay investigating the contextual circumstances surrounding the formation of the New Testament canon.
Although the internal evidence for the authorship of the gospels isn’t conclusive on its own, it does strongly corroborate the authors as Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.
We have good reasons to think that Matthew, Mark, Luke and John wrote the four gospels even if they were originally anonymous.