The earliest Christians believed and taught the Resurrection.
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… Read more Why Shouldn’t We Trust the Non-Canonical “Gospel of Nicodemus” or “The Acts of Pilate”? →
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 Testament historian – whether skeptic or believer – that are most reasonably explained by a resurrection.
Is the Bible God’s word? How in the world could you possibly know such a thing? It is often touted that even if God exists, you would be a lunatic… Read more The Resurrection and the Authority of the Bible →
Eight days ago, we celebrated Easter. In the weeks prior, we examined the evidence for the Resurrection and culminated that series on Easter Sunday. Having concluded that the Resurrection is… Read more Implications of the Resurrection →
For the past several weeks leading up to Easter, we have been examining possible natural theories of the Resurrection. We have found them all wanting. If we are going to… Read more Did Jesus Rise From the Dead? →
The week leading up to Easter is often referred to as the Passion Week. This week began with Jesus’s entrance into Jerusalem on a Sunday (Palm Sunday) and ended with… Read more What Happened During Passion Week? →
The final naturalistic theory of the Resurrection we will examine is the Wrong Tomb Theory. This theory usually purports that Jesus’ body was reburied in His family tomb, known as… Read more Was it the Wrong Tomb? →