Dr. Steven W. Smith is the pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church in Little Rock, Arkansas. He was previously a professor at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of … Continue reading Ep 7 Dr. Steven W. Smith: Recapturing the Voice of God
Matthew Mittelberg explains the process by which the New Testaments letters were recognized as part of the canon and why we can trust them: How Do We Know the Right … Continue reading How Do We Know the Right Books Made it into the New Testament?
Do Christians have blind faith? What does the Bible teach about faith and reason?
Are there errors in the Bible.? Is the Bible inerrant? J. Warner Wallace responds to Bart Ehrman on textual variants. Support Help Me Believe and get access to “5 More … Continue reading Are There Errors in the Bible?
In this episode, Haden interviews J. Warner Wallace of Cold Case Christianity about his career as a detective, how he came to be a believer, and why the Gospels are … Continue reading Ep 2 J. Warner Wallace: Cold Case Christianity
The New Testament obviously has a lot to say about Christ. Even the Old Testament has a lot to say about Him, for that matter. Yet there are four New … Continue reading High Christology in the New Testament
Sean McDowell explains why it is critical for Christians to believe the Bible is from God, not just human authors. “4 Reasons it is Critical to Believe the Bible is … Continue reading 4 Reasons it is Critical to Believe the Bible is God’s Word
Jonathan Morrow briefly explains in three points why the story of Jesus is not a “copycat religion”. This theory has faded away among historians of the New Testament and for … Continue reading Three Reasons the Story of Jesus was not Borrowed from Pagan Mystery Religions
Here is an interesting article by Brian Chilton of Bellator Christi about the early creedal traditions found within the New Testament letters. The significance of these is that they safeguard … Continue reading 7 Ways to Tell if a NT Text Contains Early Content
Stephen Bedard gives a brief explanation as to why we can’t be precise about the dating of the Gospels, but we can have a good idea of the time frame. … Continue reading The Dirty Little Secret About Dating the Gospels
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”?
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