"To treat the Gnostic gospels as equally valid historical accounts is bad scholarship."
The Old Testament references to Jesus' Resurrection may be more ambiguous than you realize.
"Ignorance and unbelief are understandable, but distorting one’s own history is a costly bias.” Vishal Mangalwadi warns in his publication, “The Book That Made Your World”. Yet a distortion of our own history is exactly what we’re seeing in many...
Occasionally, I come across the assertion by some that the Bible portrays "two Gods." The God of the Old Testament is wrathful while the God of the New Testament is loving. But is that truly how God is depicted...
“What answer would you guys give to those who question Matt 24:34 and say, ‘See? They're dead, it's not real!’ I know that even C.S. Lewis struggled with it and while I've been studying this, the best rebuttals I've...
Christian apologists should be wise when talking with unbelievers. Here are 8 conversational guidelines to follow from the book of Proverbs.
In just over two weeks, Christians everywhere will celebrate the anniversary of the foundational moment of our faith: the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Paul emphasized this as a primary point in his letter to the Corinthians (1 Cor. 15:3,4),...
In his book Cold Case Christianity, J. Warner Wallace writes, “As a skeptic, I believed that the Gospels were penned in the second century and were similarly worthless. If they were written that late, they were not eyewitness accounts.” ...
Last year I wrote an article about how archaeological discoveries continue to support the Bible. In it, I quoted George Rawlinson and Albert Nicols Arnold's book, “The Historical Evidences Of The Truth Of The Scripture Records” with the following: “…even at...
In parts 1 and 2 I gave my reasons for accepting the traditional view of what “Sons of God” means in Genesis 6:2 and 4. In part 1 I put forth the deconstructive side of the argument by showing...

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