Dr. Darrell L. Bock is a professor and senior researcher of New Testament at Dallas Theological Seminary. He is a prolific New Testament scholar. He is the author of Jesus According to Scripture: Restoring the Portrait from the Gospels, A… Continue reading →
Our thought life is critical to our discipleship. Here we discuss some of the issues about what the Bible says about thinking and the importance of renewing our minds.
The resurrection of Jesus is one of the most important doctrines for followers of Jesus the Messiah. The center of Biblical faith is not found in ethical and religious teachings. Instead, it is founded on the person and work of… Continue reading →
40 Questions About the Historical Jesus (40 Questions Series) by C. Marvin Pate, 2015, 395pp. Over the last twenty years I have read a slew of books on The Historical Jesus. I was already familiar with Pate’s book Communities of… Continue reading →
In this clip, I interview Dr. Craig Blomberg who is a professor of New Testament Studies at Denver Seminary. He has written a slew of books, including The Historical Reliability of the New Testament. In this clip, we discuss his… Continue reading →
In this clip, we interview Dr. Shandon Guthrie, author of The Conqueror’s Thread: A Reasoned Approach to Spiritual Warfare. Dr. Guthrie is Visiting Lecturer of Philosophy at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
The German word ersatz is commonly used around the world today to refer to an “artificial and inferior substitute or imitation.” During WWI, the shortage of coffee in Germany catalyzed the development of over 11,000 ersatz products, including a coffee substitute using roasted acorns, chicory and beechnuts. Thousands of U.S., British soldiers, primarily airmen, captured in […]
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Introduction When it comes to the Christian faith, there is no doctrine more important than the resurrection of Jesus. Biblical faith is not simply centered in ethical and religious teachings. Instead, it is founded on the person and work of… Continue reading →
Introduction It is that time of the year when many people will attend a Good Friday service this weekend. Also, since many of us think the Messiah is the fulfillment of Passover, some of us may attend a Passover event as… Continue reading →
Here some of my picks to read on the resurrection. Also, feel free to visit our resource page. 1. The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus by Gary R. Habermas and Michael Licona (Paperback – Sep 25, 2004) This book is… Continue reading →