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Eric Chabot is not prone to exaggeration. His studies are thoughtful and his statements measured. He gives sound reasons for his conclusions.
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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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“Wintery Knight” is a pen name. He’s an able researcher. Here’s some pithy comments of his on how to establish the historicity (i.e. the truth) of the resurrection of Christ.
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(HT: The Poached Egg)
Eric Chabot demolishes the theory that earliest Christianity was spawned by cognitive dissonance in the disciples of Jesus.
In the process, Eric quotes N. T. Wright who refutes the claim that Christianity arose in context of cultures filled with stories of dying and rising gods (also refuted by William Lane Craig in this 2 min video clip).
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Craig Evans and others have written the book How God Became Jesus: The Real Origins of Belief in Jesus’ Divine Nature—A Response to Bart Ehrman in order to refute Bart Ehrman’s most recent book How Jesus Became God: The Exaltation of a Jewish Preacher from Galilee. In this video clip, Craig Evans is interviewed about the two books by Jerry Johnston of 100 Huntley Street.
(ht: Michael Bird, one of Evans’ co-authors)
In this 4-minute video, J. (Jim) Warner Wallace, a former police detective, explains why the apostles’ deaths are credible testimony to the resurrection of Christ.