Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Historicity of the Resurrection of Christ Does Not Depend on Biblical Inerrancy – William Lane Craig

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Historical Evidence for the Resurrection and the Validation of the Deity of Jesus | Sean Holloway

(14 min read; 3,410 words) Historical Evidence for the Resurrection and the Validation of the Deity of Jesus | Sean Holloway. (HT:  The Poached Egg from Ratio Christi)

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15 Suggested Readings on the Resurrection of Jesus | THINKAPOLOGETICS.COM

15 Suggested Readings on the Resurrection of Jesus | THINKAPOLOGETICS.COM.

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Unjustified Skepticism: The Reliability of Luke’s Testimony by Melissa Cain Travis

(6 min read; 1,369 words) Unjustified Skepticism: The Reliability of Luke’s Testimony | Hard-Core Christianity. (HT: The Poached Egg from Ratio Christi)

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Comparing the Reliability of the New Testament Texts with Those of Other Ancient Authors

This article shows how the textual reliability of the New Testament is greater than that of practically all other ancient writings. Manuscript evidence for superior New Testament reliability|Accuracy of the New Testament | Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry. (HT: Melissa … Continue reading

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Could Jesus’ disciples have conspired to lie about His resurrection? (William Lane Craig quote)

“I cannot emphasize strongly enough that no modern biblical scholar would for a moment entertain the theory that the disciples conspired together to steal the corpse and then lie about the resurrection appearances.  It is utterly out of the question. … Continue reading

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