Category Archives: NT Historical Reliability

What Kind of Evidence Is Historical Evidence? – William Lane Craig

What Kind of Evidence Is Historical Evidence? – YouTube.

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Do the New Testament Documents Give Any Evidence for the Possibility of Miracles Occurring? – William Lane Craig

Do the New Testament Documents Give Any Evidence for the Possibility of Miracles Occurring? – YouTube.

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Evidence for Jesus Outside the New Testament

Michael F. Bird links to “Did Jesus Exist? Searching for Evidence Beyond the Bible” – an article at Bible History Daily by Lawrence Mykytiuk. Bird calls it “a depressing read if you’re a Jesus Mythicist.” He also recommends Robert E. Van Voorst, … Continue reading

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William Lane Craig Explains the Importance of History to Faith

I love the clear-cut way he answers the question.  He reflects and then draws a deep breath before he answers.  When he does answer, he hangs faith completely on fact, just as Paul did in 1 Corinthians 15:12-20.  This is the kind … Continue reading

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J. Warner Wallace – The Top Three Reasons the Bible Is Reliable – YouTube

J. Warner Wallace – The Top Three Reasons the Bible Is Reliable – YouTube.

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William Lane Craig on the Historical Value of the New Testament

Is There Extrabiblical Evidence About Jesus’ Life? – YouTube.

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The Historicity of the Resurrection of Christ

“I have been used for many years to study the histories of other times, and to examine and weigh the evidence of those who have written about them, and I know of no one fact in the history of mankind … Continue reading

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The Historicity of Jesus

Whether or not a scholar of ancient times believes that Jesus was raised from the dead may be considered a spiritual, theological, or religious question.  But whether or not said scholar believes that Jesus was in fact a Jewish preacher who was … Continue reading

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Even Bart Ehrman Believes That Jesus Lived and Died

Like John Dominic Crossan, Bart Ehrman is a biblical scholar who denies that Jesus was raised from the dead.  But also like Crossan, Ehrman, along with practically all other modern scholars, is convinced of certain historical facts about Jesus.  When … Continue reading

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Even John Dominic Crossan is certain that Jesus was crucified.

 “That he was crucified is as sure as anything historical can ever be, since both Josephus and Tacitus … agree with the Christian accounts on at least that basic fact.” Crossan, John Dominic (1995). Jesus: A Revolutionary Biography. HarperOne. p. … Continue reading

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