J. Warner Wallace writes about the “Gospel of Nicodemus” and why it isn’t considered canonical. What happened to Nicodemus and Pilate after Jesus’ resurrection? Read to find out. Let me … Continue reading Why Shouldn’t We Trust the Non-Canonical “Gospel of Nicodemus” or “The Acts of Pilate”?
I was pondering the other day about who the first Christian apologists were. My first instinct was Justin Martyr, or Tertullian. But I’ve long been convinced that what we consider … Continue reading The 12 Apologists
There are many accusations hurled against the New Testament regarding its formation. Timothy Massaro, in 7 quick points, shows these accusations not only to be false, but also shows just … Continue reading 7 Things You Need to Know About the Formation of the New Testament
The doctrine of the Trinity is perhaps one of the most confusing among Christians. Admittedly, it is easy to misunderstand and misrepresent. But forget defining the Trinity, how would one … Continue reading In Defense of the Trinity
Kyle Dillon refutes 5 theories about who Jesus was. Who do you say he was/is? Refuting 5 False Theories About Jesus
I spent all of last week at a wonderful place — Falls Creek youth camp in Davis, Oklahoma. The worship was led by Met Collective, whose leader is Matt Roberson. … Continue reading Worship, Memory, and Doubt
This article by Nate Sala explores Bertrand Russell’s analogy of a floating teapot in space, Richard Dawkins’ extension of that analogy, and the burden of proof. Leave your thoughts! Why … Continue reading Why Russell’s Teapot Fails
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
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
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