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3 Responses to the Claim that Jesus is a Recycled Pagan Myth

I was recently asked to join an Instagram discussion on the person of Jesus and the truth of Christianity. A student had responded to a post which you can see here. The first thing to recognize is that this post... Continue Reading →

Resurrection: Real? Or Real Dumb?

What is more important in Christianity than the resurrection? Pretty much nothing! Paul is pretty clear in 1 Corinthians 15. If Jesus did not rise from the dead then our preaching is in vain, our faith is in vain, we are... Continue Reading →

Complete Easter Resource: A TV Interview, Blogs, and Podcasts on the Resurrection of Jesus

As we approach Easter this coming Sunday, it will become more common to hear and see objections to the resurrection of Jesus. Some headlines might doubt whether or not Jesus even existed. Others might grant his existence, but reject the... Continue Reading →

Discussing the Resurrection of Jesus on Truth Matters TV

About two years ago I was able to connect with Ratio Christi and partner with their great work on college campuses. This last summer I gave my talk on world religions at the Ratio Christi chapter at Colorado State University.... Continue Reading →

Discussing The Story of Reality with Greg Koukl

This is the Story of the way things really are.

Understanding Objections From The Correct Worldview (Podcast)

In order to see if a worldview makes sense, you have to critique it from within the same worldview.

The Case for the Resurrection: Did the disciples die as martyrs?

We may not be able to say that all the disciples died for the faith, but we are able to say that they were all willing to die.

The Case for the Resurrection: Did the disciples claim to see the risen Jesus?

It is a historical fact that some of Jesus’ followers came to believe that he had been raised from the dead soon after his execution.

The Case for the Resurrection: Naturalistic Explanations for the Empty Tomb

The stolen body, moved body, and wrong tomb theories fail to ground themselves in historical evidence.

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