Category Archives: Post-Biblical-Era Literature

Craig Evans on New Testament Issues – YouTube

Evans decries Jesus mythicism, alleged Vatican conspiracies, and other nonhistorical and nonscholarly theories abounding in our current culture. CRAIG EVANS. FABRICATING JESUS. FROM THE GNOSTIC GOSPELS TO THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS 2012 – YouTube (22:51). In this clip, Evans points out … Continue reading

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The Council of Laodicea – from Wikipedia

Council of Laodicea – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is post is a companion to the two recent posts on the material of J. Warner Wallace.: J. Warner Wallace Lectures on the Evidence for Christianity – YouTube video J. Warner … Continue reading

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J. Warner Wallace on the Chain of Custody of the New Testament Documents

via Testing the Gospels (Cold-Case Christianity) This written material expands on video material presented by Wallace.  See this post and its notations for how to find the roughly six-minute segment which covers this material.

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J. Warner Wallace Lectures on the Evidence for Christianity – YouTube video

YouTube description: Cold-case detective J. Warner Wallace, and author of Cold-Case Christianity, presented this lecture via Skype at Reasonable Faith Belfast on Monday, 3rd December 2012. He talks about the nature of evidence, possibility and reason, the chain of custody … Continue reading

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Was Jesus Married? – YouTube – Gary Habermas on The One-Minute Apologist

168. Was Jesus Married? – YouTube (1:56).

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Is the Resurrection of Jesus a Story Borrowed from Mythology? BibleGateway.com – Lee Strobel – Questions from Readers, September 26

BibleGateway.com – Lee Strobel – Questions from Readers, September 26.

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Reality Check: The “Jesus’ Wife” Coptic Fragment « Daniel B. Wallace

Reality Check: The “Jesus’ Wife” Coptic Fragment « Daniel B. Wallace.

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NT Blog: The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife: The Story is Moving Fast! (Mark Goodacre)

The internet age really has changed the way that news stories like this develop, for good and for bad.  It’s only 48 hours since I last had a moment to blog about The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife and in that … Continue reading

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Quick Thoughts on the New Jesus Wife Text | Bible.org Blogs (Darrell Bock)

What is more, in Gnostic Christianity, there was a rite called the bridal chamber in which the church was seen as the bride of Christ. The whole thing could well be metaphorical with a disciple representing the place of the … Continue reading

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If Jesus was married does it matter? Darrell Bock weighs in | Near Emmaus

– In “Quick Thoughts on the New Jesus Wife Text” Darrell L. Bock interprets the silence a little differently than Karen King and some others. He writes: “Dr. King is careful also to say this text likely tells us nothing … Continue reading

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