Category Archives: Christian Apologetics

The Historicity of Jesus’ Resurrection | William Lane Craig

This video last 34:05 and is William Lane Craig’s standard presentation on the historicity of the resurrection.  He gave the talk in April 2016 at Grace Presbyterian Church in Peoria, Illinois.  Craig was originally from Peoria.

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Thomas Aquinas on Islam

According to Thomas Aquinas, Islam appealed to ignorant, brutish, carnal men and spread not by the power of its arguments or divine grace. (a 3-minute read; 664 words) Source: Why Thomas Aquinas Distrusted Islam – Breitbart

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Definitions of Darkness

Relevant scripture:  2 Peter 1:19 atheism – “disbelief or lack of belief in the existence of God or gods.  This found at Google: atheism.”  This found at Google: atheism. naturalism – “a philosophical viewpoint according to which everything arises from … Continue reading

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The Hallucination Hypothesis of the Resurrection of Christ

In his post WILLIAM LANE CRAIG AND JAMES CROSSLEY DEBATE THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS, (April 24, 2011), Wintery Knight wrote “This is my favorite debate on the resurrection.”  (The debate itself was held March 6, 2007 at Sheffield University in the … Continue reading

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Why the Ancient Christian Record About Jesus Is the Most Reliable | by J. Warner Wallace

In this substantive post, Wallace includes a three-column chart showing the major historical claims about the life of Jesus from the point of view of the biblical writers, hostile Jewish witnesses, and hostile Gentile witnesses. (13-minute read; 3,103 words) Source: Why … Continue reading

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Documentary: Mining for God by Brandon McGuire

The full title of this documentary is Mining For God: A Search for Ancient Truth in a Modern World.  It’s in color and lasts 64 minutes.  You can find out more at www.mininingforgod.com.  Here’s a portion of its description from that … Continue reading

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Jesus Is Jehovah

Tim Barnett of Stand to Reason (Greg Koukl) gives six examples of indirect evidence that Jesus in the New Testament is Jehovah of the Old Testament.  These are cases where Jesus describes Himself with attributes that had previously been descriptive … Continue reading

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Top Christian Resources on the Marriage Debate | Center for Strategic Apologetics

Opening excerpt: It’s the most difficult and contentious issue facing Christians in the Western world today, and we all need the best possible information available. This is especially true in the U.S, now that the Supreme Court has made gay … Continue reading

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Reviews of Books about the Historicity of the Resurrection by Christopher Price and John Sabatino

Books Reviewed Assessing the New Testament Evidence for the Historicity of the Resurrection of Jesus by William L. Craig I Believe in the Resurrection of Jesus by George Eldon Ladd The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus by Gary Habermas … Continue reading

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Craig Evans on the Reliability of the Bible

The link below is to the transcipt of an interview with New Testament scholar Craig A. Evans of Acadia Divinity College in Nova Scotia, Canada. Evans is a good source of information on the Bible for many reasons, but particularly … Continue reading

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