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Was Jesus just a wise, ancient sage? Did Jesus think He was more than a man? Did He ever do or say anything to prove His Deity? In this video from J. Warner’s “Quick Shots: Fast Answers to Hard Questions” series on RightNow Media, J. Warner answers this common question...
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I became a Christian at the same time I became a “Not Mormon”. By taking an investigative approach to the Christian and Mormon scripture (as I’ve described in Cold-Case Christianity), I was able to verify the truth claims of Christianity, even as I falsified the truth claims of Mormonism. This...
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Why are you a Christian? Why do most Christians identify themselves as believers? Is there one reason that is better than the rest? J. Warner describes the nature of faith and belief in this episode of the NRBtv Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast. Be sure to watch the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast on...
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I remember when COVID-19 was first being discussed in the news. The idea that a pandemic was on the horizon was totally foreign to most of us; we simply had not experienced such an event in our lifetime. Early reactions seemed extreme and inconsistent. Some of us rushed to buy...
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Are you skeptical that anyone could present fresh insights about Jesus after two thousand years? Tom Gilson has done just that in his new book Too Good to Be False: How Jesus’ Incomparable Character Reveals His Reality. Tom does this by highlighting what Jesus didn’t say and do, which is...
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By Erik Manning Skeptics say that the gospels are riddled with contradictions and therefore are not reliable historical sources. And these same skeptics say that some of these contradictions are downright absurd. For example, agnostic NT scholar Bart Ehrman points out one of his favorite Bible contradictions in his book...
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By Mikel Del Rosario Character Counts Our spiritual conversations should reflect God’s character Explaining reasons to believe doesn’t have to strictly be an intellectual thing. In fact, it shouldn’t be—especially when we’re talking to our skeptical friends, neighbors, and others who see Christianity differently. No, apologetics is way more profound...
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En 1588 los teólogos Dominicos Domingo Báñez (1528-1604) y Tomas de Lemos (1555-1629) surgieron como los principales oponentes del conocimiento medio. Báñez y Lemos propusieron tres críticas importantes sobre la doctrina.[1] Primero, contradice el entendimiento de Aquino sobre la concurrencia general de Dios. Para Aquino, la concurrencia general constituía la...
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Een wekelijkse verzameling van theologie en apologetiek.