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… Read more How Do We Know the Right Books Made it into the New Testament? →
This article details some of the passages in the Old Testament where “The Angel of the LORD” appears. The Angel of the Lord, distinct from an angel of the LORD,… Read more Clues that Jesus is the Angel of the LORD of the Old 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… Read more 4 Reasons it is Critical to Believe the Bible is God’s Word →
I’ve written before about slavery in the Old Testament and Travis has written about the subject in the New Testament. In this article, SJ Thomason addresses the issue of biblical… Read more Nine Points about Biblical Slavery and Skeptics’ Condemnation of the Bible →
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.… Read more Worship, Memory, and Doubt →
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… Read more 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!
A common objection made by skeptics against Christianity is that God commanded atrocities in the Old Testament. Even if no skeptic ever made this objection to me, I have certainly… Read more Old Testament Atrocities →