We concluded our special series about Christianity’s Core Belief yesterday, but I received a question at the end of the series that many people ask. It concerns what appear to be contradictions in eyewitness accounts in the Gospels. Here’s a short response I sent to … Continue reading Christianity’s Core Belief – Differences in Eyewitness Accounts
In yesterday’s article we attempted to share some perspective about Christianity’s core belief, which is the Resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth. As the Apostle Paul wrote – “Now if Christ is preached that He has been raised from the dead, how do some among you … Continue reading Christianity’s Core Belief – Part 8
We are now about two weeks away from celebrating an event that goes to the core of Christianity – Easter Sunday. It is the day hundreds of millions of Christians around the world celebrate the resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth almost 2,000 years ago. As … Continue reading Christianity’s Core Belief – Part 7
“Rediscovering Jesus: An Introduction to Biblical, Religious and Cultural Perspectives on Christ” (IVP Academic, 2015) will get you thinking seriously about how both Christians and non-Christians view Jesus Christ.
The authors (David B. Capes, Rodney Reeves and E. Randolph Richards) present a variety of views about Jesus from both biblical and non-biblical perspectives. They include the views of several individuals and groups including each of the Gospel writers (Matthew, Mark, Luke, John), the Apostle Paul, the Gnostics, Muslims, Mormons, Liberals, Jesus Seminar, and Americans. Which one is right? Which view answers this question best: “Who is your Jesus?”