Category Archives: Christian Apologetics

How Do Eastern And Western Religions Differ? – Win Corduan on The One-Minute Apologist

What distinguishes Judaism and Christianity on the one hand from, say, Buddhism and Hinduism on the other?  It is the formers’ reliance on history and the latters’ detachment from it. Thus those Christians who want to say that it doesn’t … Continue reading

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Gary Habermas’ “Minimal Facts” Approach by Matt Rodgers

Matt begins: Note: This article is inspired by a lecture given by Dr. Gary Habermas at the 2012 EPS Apologetics Conference. Dr. Habermas is a historian and philosopher, and is one of the world’s leading experts on the resurrection. When … Continue reading

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Why We Should Expect Witnesses to Disagree by J. Warner Wallace

Why We Should Expect Witnesses to Disagree on The Poached Egg (Ratio Christi).

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Why Resurrection Makes the Best Sense of the Historical Evidence – N. T. Wright

Why Resurrection Makes the Best Sense of the Historical Evidence.

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“The Bible Among Myths” by John Oswalt Shows the Bible Is Not Myth

This book review is by G. Kyle Essary of the Apologetics 315 web site.   While John Walton and others have argued that Genesis was a reaction to ANE myths, Oswalt makes clear that Genesis was much more than that. … Continue reading

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Young people believe less in God, and more in Darwin and superstition. What does this mean? | Uncommon Descent

From the conclusion: In short, naturalism offers liberation, not from the bonds of superstition but from the burden of rationality. And we must address the fact that increasing numbers of young people are embracing that liberation. via Young people believe … Continue reading

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How Well Can You Defend the Resurrection?

Opening excerpt: Of all the teachings of Christianity, no doctrine is more central than the bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. The truth of the resurrection has been attacked from every angle. New books and television media regularly … Continue reading

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Is the Old Testament Reliable? (A Short Summary)

Is the Old Testament Reliable? (A Short Summary) from The Poached Egg (Ratio Christi).

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Did the Apostles Really Die as Martyrs for their Faith?

Written by Sean McDowell whose dissertation research is focused on this subject. Excerpt: While we can have more confidence in the martyrdoms of apostles such as Peter, Paul and James the brother of John (and probably Thomas and Andrew), there … Continue reading

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Wintery Knight Analyzes Resurrection Debate

In the referenced post, Wintery Knight breaks down the debate between William Lane Craig and James Crossley about the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. Both video and audio of the debate are provided as well. William Lane Craig … Continue reading

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