Brian Chilton from Bellator Christi lays out ten evidences in favor of the historicity of the Resurrection. The evidence for Jesus and his resurrection is well-attested. 10 Reasons to Accept the Resurrection Advertisements
I love passages of Scripture that interpret themselves. Sometimes we will read something “difficult,” or hard to understand, but the Bible itself will provide us with the correct interpretation. Perhaps, you have heard people say, “Let the Bible interpret the Bible.” The Bible Geek in me comes out when we find passages like this. IContinue reading ““Everyone whom the Father gives” John 6:37″
Arthur Khachatryan gives a good explanation of what the Nazareth Inscription is, what time period it probably belongs to, and what the possible implications of the inscription are. This was a good article. It didn’t try to stretch the evidence too far. The Nazareth Inscription: Did You Know Caesar Outlawed Grave Robbing After the Resurrection?
Sean McDowell gives a reasoned response to the current conversation around “purity culture”. The purity movement of the 90s and early 2000s seems to have had some negative, unforeseen consequences. This can be admitted and lamented while maintaining that a Biblical sexual ethic is still worth defending. We just have to go about it inContinue reading “Purity Culture: Don’t Throw Out the Baby With the Bathwater”
How do you know the Bible is God’s word? Even if the history recorded in the Bible checks out, how do you know the miracles recorded actually happened? Here’s a great article by Dr. Doug Potter from Southern Evangelical Seminary. Why Believe the Bible? | Dr. Doug Potter
This was a good article on why you can trust that the Bible translation you have is based on the original and can be reproduced with high degree of probability. Also there is an argument for historical reliability. The bibliography at the end is a good place to read further on the subject. One MainContinue reading “One Main Reason Why the New Testament is Not Corrupt”
How important is it to believe in the Trinity? Some would argue that believing the right things is not what saves you. But if you get the doctrine of God wrong, how can you say we believe in the same God? This author lays out the importance of getting the Trinity right. No Real JesusContinue reading “No Real Jesus Without the Trinity”
Tom Gilson from The Stream writes about the problem of divine hiddenness. If God wants us to believe in Him, why doesn’t he make himself obvious? Tom gives a great explanation to what God really wants and what people mean when they ask this question. Why Doesn’t God Make Himself More Obvious?
One of the first apologists: The Apostle Paul. What can we learn from him? Paul travelled the known world defending and testifying to the Resurrection of Jesus. He preached Christ crucified both to Jews and to Gentiles. There is much that we can learn from him. A Look at the Apologetics of Paul
William Lane Craig gives a brief historical analysis of scholarship on the historicity of the Resurrection. He then gives a thorough defense of the historical evidence for Jesus’ Resurrection. The more we learn and advance, the stronger the case for God, Jesus, and the Bible becomes. Contemporary Scholarship and the Historical Evidence for the ResurrectionContinue reading “Contemporary Scholarship and the Historical Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus Christ”