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Mike Licona's "Islamic Catch-22" - a refutation

Christian apologist and resurrection scholar Mike Licona has penned an argument against the Qur’an that seems, on the surface, quite solid. I was introduced to it during his debate with Ali Ataei on the resurrection of Jesus [1]. 1,360 more words

Refutations

Inerrancy, Interpretation, and Orthodoxy: Is the Geisler-Licona Debate Really That Important?

Introduction

Norman Geisler’s ongoing battles over biblical inerrancy have generated thousands of pages of writing, animosity, division, and even a sarcastic cartoon made in response to his… 1,806 more words

Theology

Is Inerrancy An Essential?

Is Inerrancy the litmus test for orthodoxy? Let’s talk about it on Deeper Waters.

We would have liked to have hoped that Geisler had ended his obsession, but alas, this is not the case. 3,114 more words

Inerrancy

What should be the Christian response to suffering?

Suffering is never a pleasant thing. Yet, all of us will experience personal suffering to different degrees, in different manners, and some of us will experience it more often than others. 22 more words

No True Inerrantist!

Who exactly counts as an Inerrantist? Let’s talk about it on Deeper Waters.

Over at his Facebook, Norman Geisler is making much about how he has a web site defending Inerrancy which is endorsed by Billy Graham and Ravi Zacharias and several prominent Seminary leaders. 1,303 more words

Inerrancy

Geisler's Shark-Infested Waters

So are these waters safe to swim in or will you get chomped if you go in? Let’s talk about it on Deeper Waters.

On Deeper Waters, we’re going to be talking about the muddy waters of Chicago, as Mike Licona (Who as all know by now is my father-in-law) referred to them… 6,604 more words

Inerrancy

Holden's Not Happy

Are people who use genre criticism truly opening Pandora’s Box? Let’s talk about it on Deeper Waters.

Joseph Holden of Veritas Evangelical Seminary has written a long piece about genre criticism. 2,850 more words

Inerrancy