Is there any evidence that Jesus rose from the dead? The minimal facts approach, adopted from Gary Habermas, states that there are 5 historical facts accepted by almost every New … Continue reading 5 Historical Facts Surrounding Jesus’ Resurrection [Video]
This was a good article I came across that explores the objective grounding of morality, the problem of evil, and a biblical understanding of suffering and God’s nature. It’s worth … Continue reading The Standard of Good and Evil and the Christian God
Here is a good article that examines whether or not it is sinful to have doubts by my friend, and professor, Dr. Travis Dickinson. I’ve mentioned some of his work … Continue reading Furtick, Strachan, and whether Doubt is Sin
Trevin Wax does a great job distinguishing a quarrel from an argument. The former is poisonous, the latter is greatly needed. Why I Wish Christians Would Argue MORE (No, Seriously)
An excellent and thorough article about the accuracy and historicity of the New Testament manuscripts. Steve Diseb thoroughly explains the process by which the New Testament letters were preserved and … Continue reading The “Telephone Game” Myth: Has the New Testament Been Changed Over Time?
Who was Jesus? Some say He was a great moral teacher, some say He is Lord. But who did He claim to be? Many skeptics claim that Jesus did not … Continue reading Jesus: The Great I Am
After posting about the Mithras Mythology, someone asked me for an article on the Epic of Gilgamesh. Here is one that I read: http://www.apologeticspress.org/APContent.aspx?category=13&article=5194 Tell me what you think!
This is a wonderful comparison of Jesus and the Mithras Mythology by J. Warner Wallace that debunks the idea that the Jesus story is a caricature of the Mithras Mythology: … Continue reading Is Jesus Simply a Retelling of the Mithras Mythology? |J. Warner Wallace
In an article on “street epistemology”, Dr. Travis Dickinson, Professor of Philosophy and Apologetics at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, made the case that faith without an object is no faith … Continue reading Apologetics and the Object of Our Faith
Sean McDowell dismantles the claim that faith is blind and that Christianity is based on blind faith, a claim many skeptics make: http://seanmcdowell.org/blog/clearing-the-fog-christianity-doesnt-need-evidence-because-faith-is-blind
Timothy Massaro from Core Christianity writes about 3 reasons apologetics is essential in the modern secular age: https://corechristianity.com/resource-library/articles/3-reasons-why-you-need-apologetics?utm_content=buffer42f45&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer
A brief philosophical and theological definition of truth by Todd Clay from Theolocast: http://theolocast.org/blog/what-is-truth/