Monthly Archives: April 2012

Christian Philosopher Paul Copan Answers the Question “Who Then Created God?”

The link below takes you to a video (3:19) of Paul Copan, courtesy of Dale Tuggy: “Well, who created God, then?” Many an atheist has lobbed this one, supposing it to be a devastating objection in question form. In reply, … Continue reading

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“Prayer Is Hard Work” by Tim Challies at Challies Dot Com

Prayer is not an easy subject to understand.  I’m not sure I understand or agree with all the Tim has written here.  Nonetheless, it’s an important subject for study and practice.  I’ve underlined some stand-out phrases from Tim’s post: Though … Continue reading

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Matthew’s Math and His Genealogy of Jesus by Mike Licona | Parchment and Pen

Matthew’s Math and His Genealogy of Jesus | Parchment and Pen (video 2:59)

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Christian Apologetics UK: Why are Matthew and Luke’s genealogies different?

Christian Apologetics UK: Why are Matthew and Luke’s genealogies different?.

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Amazon.com: Jesus Outside the New Testament: An Introduction to the Ancient Evidence (Studying the Historical Jesus) (2000) by Robert E. Van Voorst

Robert E. Van Voorst chronicles the evidence for Jesus that exists outside the New Testament documents. Book Description: Did Jesus actually exist? Much has been written recently on this subject, including numerous books examining the New Testament record of Jesus? … Continue reading

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Quote from Michael Green on the Evidence for Christianity – Apologetics 315

“The evidence for the Christian case is very strong. Though incapable of compelling faith, it is quite sufficient to warrant it.” – Michael Green Source: Michael Green on the Evidence for Christianity – Apologetics 315.

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Were the Earliest Christians Only Concerned About Oral Tradition? | Canon Fodder

Michael J. Kruger comments briefly on the Apostolic Fathers and what their writings tell us about oral tradition and about early stages of New Testament canon formation. Were the Earliest Christians Only Concerned About Oral Tradition? | Canon Fodder.

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Nebraska Cornhuskers assistant Ron Brown confusing faith with rights – ESPN

Although this article is firmly against Coach Brown, I found it completely unpersuasive. On the contrary, I love what the embattled assistant coach’s position and what he said in response to the pressure against him: “To be fired for my … Continue reading

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Seven Ways To Pray for Your Prayer Life | Challies Dot Com

I thought this idea by Tim Challies to “pray for your prayer life” was an interesting one. Seven Ways To Pray for Your Prayer Life | Challies Dot Com.

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Bible Background » A response to those who are skeptical of miracles from Craig Keener

This is a 2:48 video clip of Craig Keener giving a response to those who are skeptical about miracles. Bible Background » A response to those who are skeptical of miracles. This link courtesy of Triablogue.

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