We have recently looked at the discovered Greek manuscripts that date to the 2nd century AD, quotes from early Christian writers that date from the late 1st century to early 2nd century and at translations of New Testament texts into other languages that date to … Continue reading Convince Me There’s A God: The New Testament Part 7
Was Jesus of Nazareth the Messiah promised to Israel in the Old Testament? Did Jesus fulfill the Messianic prophecies? The New Testament texts confirm that Jesus of Nazareth is the promised Messiah. But, so what? Who cares what the New Testament “confirms” since the New … Continue reading Convince Me There’s A God: The New Testament Part 6
We should not be surprised that atheists, agnostics, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists and other non-Christians do not believe in the Resurrection of Jesus Christ — but how can Christians say they do not believe Jesus physically rose from the dead? They can’t, right? A poll … Continue reading Christians Believe Jesus Physically Rose From The Dead – Right?
With Grandparents Day just around the calendar corner (Sept. 9th), we thought it would be good to look at the important role grandparents play in the lives of children. Grandparents can be a big support to their children who are the parents of their grandchildren. … Continue reading Book Review: Grandparenting – Loving Our Children’s Children
In the last part of our report we looked at the part Old Testament prophecies and New Testament fulfillment played in supporting the Christian claim that Jesus of Nazareth is the Messiah God promised to Israel. As I looked at the evidence through the worldview … Continue reading Convince Me There’s A God: The New Testament Part 5
We are continuing to report about HOW atheist street epistemologists do what they do. If this is the first time you’ve read anything in this series, we invite you to read these articles when you have time. You may find the background helpful – Street Epistemology: Basic … Continue reading Street Epistemology: Basic Tactics, Part Five
“You cannot prove that Jesus existed!” Christians hear that often from atheists and agnostics. Should we ignore the comments or respond? If we respond, what should we say? During the week leading up to a Resurrection Sunday many years ago, I published a series of … Continue reading You Cannot Prove that Jesus Existed!