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Muslim apologetics-Resurrection

Muhammad, the founder of Islam, said that Jesus never died on the cross, never rose from the dead, and never claimed to be Lord.

Muslim apologists have made valiant attempts to defend Muhammad’s assertions, but the facts of history simply can’t be seriously disputed here. 42 more words


Deconversion: A Response (Part 1)

About a month ago, Nan shared the video below in a comment.  The video is the first in a series by YouTuber Evid3nc3, where he explores his prior belief in Christianity and examines the various components of his deconversion. 1,131 more words


Digitalized Manuscripts

The New Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts

Since they began their work in 2002, a core part of their mission has been to make it possible to view and study New Testament manuscripts from anywhere in the world. 725 more words


Bible study: Was the resurrection body of Jesus spiritual or physical?

So, everyone from left to right accepts the early creed in 1 Corinthians 15:3-7 being dated to 1-3 years after the death of Jesus, even atheists like Crossley, Ludemann and Crossan. 1,447 more words


Beyond Death by Gary Habermas and J.P. Moreland

A review.

The Authors

Gary Habermas is Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Department of Philosophy and Theology at Liberty University. He is the author or coauthor of 12 books including… 353 more words


Was Jesus' Tomb Actually Empty?

Gary Habermas and Michael Licona use a minimal points method to defend the resurrection in their book The Case for the Resurrection of JESUS. Basically they use just a few points that nearly all scholars, both believing and skeptical, agree upon, Christian and secular alike, to make their case for the resurrection. 3,164 more words

Making Sense Of God

The "Minimal Facts" approach is certainly named correctly, at least...

A couple of months ago, a Catholic apologist visited an atheist forum that I frequent- Atheist Forums– and quickly caused quite a stir with a number of threads arguing for the historicity of Jesus Christ and his resurrection. 1,844 more words