Following Jesus' example of pointing to miracles, presenting arguments and calling upon witnesses to make a case for Christianity.
The Apostle Paul's letters say more about the historical Jesus than you may think.
Examining the resurrection appearance in the Gospel of Luke where Jesus eats a piece of fish.
Jesus was referred to in Isaiah 53 as having no beauty or majesty, of low esteem and despised. It is the moments in life when we are not certain tomorrow will ever come that true character is revealed. Is Jesus worth celebrating?
Using 6 indications of authenticity from New Testament scholars to examine the historicity of the Resurrection 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 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.” ...
How Christmas answers four important questions about God.
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...
On today's episode Nate, Gene, and Logan play a round of Name That Movie: Christmas Edition and discuss 2 contentious topics: YEC vs. OEC: A theological approach? Should Christian Leaders Get 6 Figure Salaries? Don't forget to check out our...

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Recognizing When You’re Wrong

Admitting when you're wrong is never easy, whether it is a simple case of a mistake about the facts or an entire perspective shift. However, it is a crucial part of honest communication for the believer and truth-seeker. Here's the first step in handling the process in a careful and mature way: recognizing when you're wrong.