Monthly Archives: May 2014

Larry Hurtado on Bart Ehrman’s “How Jesus became God”

(7 min read; 1,601 words) How Jesus became “God,” per Ehrman | Larry Hurtado’s Blog.

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Joe Carter Tell Us Nine Things We Should Know About the Bible

Here are the nine things Joe Carter tells us.  To see what he says, click on the link to the full article below. Origin of the word “Bible” Meaning of the words “Old Testament” and “New Testament” Origin of the … Continue reading

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Profile of “The New Atheist” – William Lane Craig – from The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Chronicle of Higher Education profiles philosopher and debater Dr. William Lane Craig. (20 min read; 5,054 words) The New Theist – The Chronicle Review – The Chronicle of Higher Education (HT: The Poached Egg from Ratio Christi)

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“Why I Know the Story of Jesus Wasn’t Changed Over Time” by a Cold-Case Detective (J. Warner Wallace)

Former homocide detective Jim Wallace (who was also formerly a skeptic of Christianity) explains the chain of custody for the evidence of Jesus life, ministry, death, and resurrection. (4 min read; 847 words) Why I Know the Story of Jesus … Continue reading

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Comparing Evolution to Empirical Observations Such as Gravity by Cornelius Hunter

Cornelius Hunter succinctly explains that many evolutionists are making claims for the theory of evolution that just don’t stand up to sustained thought.  Specifically, he examines the folly of claiming that evolution is as certain as gravity.  Even if the theory … Continue reading

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The Book of Genesis Understood in Animated Form

Here’s an interesting way of looking at the book of Genesis.  It’s part of a project to animate the Bible.  For more, see The Bible Project. This post was first published on Current Events in Light of the Kingdom of … Continue reading

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How Can We Trust the Gospels When the Genealogies Are So Different? by J. Warner Wallace

Cold-case homicide detective Jim Wallace gives a reasonable way of understanding why the genealogies of Jesus in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke are not identical in every respect. (4 min read; 894 words) How Can We Trust the Gospels … Continue reading

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An Addendum to C.S. Lewis by Tom Gilson for the Sake of Bart Ehrman and Others

As C. S. Lewis dispensed with those who say Jesus was “a good moral teacher but not Lord” so Tom Gilson dispenses with those who say that Jesus was only a legend – that Jesus never made the statements attributed to him … Continue reading

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Bible Reading, Prayer, Church Attendance – Which Has the Greatest Impact?

Natasha Crain explains why reading the Bible regularly and frequently has more impact than any other spiritual discipline. (4 min read; 930 words) The Most Important New Year’s Resolution For a Christian Parent (December 30, 2011) And here’s another related post … Continue reading

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Why I’m Not a Theistic Evolutionist by J. Warner Wallace

Jim Wallace cogently and succinctly explains that “theistic evolution” is an oxymoron. (2 min read; 541 words) Why I’m Not a Theistic Evolutionist | Cold Case Christianity. (HT: The Poached Egg)

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