Here is a helpful clip by Michael S. Heiser again. I always find with either Jewish anti-missionaries or atheists, they always want the what Richard Longenecker calls “mathematical precision.” Longenecker says: So-called ‘proof from prophecy’ of a direct nature has always been… Continue reading →
In this clip, we discuss the various kinds of doubt, the quest for certainty, and the tools we have at our disposal to deal with doubt.
Introduction Over the years, I have had my share of discussions with people about Jesus. I can say without hesitation that one of the most common objections I hear is the following: “I think Jesus was a good teacher, but… Continue reading →
In Ephesians 2:15, Paul wrote that Christ broke down the wall of division
between Jew and Gentile “by abolishing the law of commandments expressed in
ordinances.” But what does Paul mean by this phrase? Is Paul saying that
Christ abolished the Law of Moses, or something else?
A ways back, I was listening to the exchange of a debate between skeptic Richard Carrier and Marc Goodacre. Carrier said the one of the first places to start looking at the evidence for Jesus is Paul’s Letters. After all, they… Continue reading →
Given that historians look to those who are contemporaries of the events, Paul is an important resource for what historians can know about Jesus of Nazareth. Furthermore, the earliest documents we have for the life of Jesus are Paul’s letters.… Continue reading →
We are pleased to present two new videos from our our newest musical project ‘SHTETL DREAMS’ They are now available for your enjoyment and encouragement on YouTube at the following links: Every Tribe — https://youtu.be/9tewW2506FI In The Middle of The Road — https://youtu.be/cHL8RNfrlTU […]
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In this clip, we discuss some of the common mistakes we can make when studying the Bible. We can sometimes make some of the same mistakes many people make who are caught up in cults.
Introduction Apologetics is a branch of Christian theology that helps give reasons for the truthfulness of the Christian faith/worldview. The word “Apologia” means “to give reasons, make a legal defense” (Acts 26:2; 2 Tim. 4:16; 1 Pet 3:15). The apostles… Continue reading →
In this clip, we discuss some of the points made in Sam Allberry’s book What God Has to Say about Our Bodies: How the Gospel Is Good News for Our Physical Selves.