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Jim Wallace explains why he’s not a presuppositionalist (someone who presupposes that the Bible is divine revelation as opposed to coming to that conclusion based on evidence).
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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.
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Michael Patton of Parchment and Pen (a blog) wrote “Christianity, the World’s Most Falsifiable Religion.” (He means this description, by the way, as a compliment.) Here’s how he begins the post:
…[T]he more I research, the more I find it to be the case that Christianity is the only viable worldview that is historically defensible. The central claims of the Bible demand historic inquiry, as they are based on public events that can be historically verified. In contrast, the central claims of all other religions cannot be historically tested and, therefore, are beyond falsifiability or inquiry. They just have to be believed with blind faith.
(4 minute read; 853 words)