Apologie
In this video, recorded as part of the Cold-Case Christianity Course at Southern Evangelical Seminary, J. Warner Wallace describes the nature of eyewitness testimony. Given the reality of eyewitness testimony, why would anyone be surprised about the degree to which the gospels differ? For more information about Southern Evangelical Seminary,...
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On this episode Nate talks about the type of folks to focus on engaging for Christ, and the team discusses Wayne Grudem's change of mind on divorce The post Ep. 185: Wayne Grudem Changed His Mind about Biblical Divorce appeared first on A Clear Lens.
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In this episode of the podcast, J. Warner joins Bill Arnold on Faith Radio to respond to listener questions. How do we present the Gospel to people who are dying of a terminal disease? Can we make a decision for Jesus even though we have big, unanswered questions? Why does...
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On this episode, Nate answered questions like: Why did God put the tree of knowledge of good and evil in the garden? The post Ep. 184: Why Did God Put the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil in the Garden? appeared first on A Clear Lens.
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By Jeremy Linn The Apologetics world is filled with truth-infused books and lectures, many of which have made a lasting impact on people. But in a culture that’s dominated by entertainment platforms like YouTube, Netflix, and Disney+, not everyone is drawn to read a 300-page book, or to watch a...
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By Bob Perry If Christmas is supposed to be about “Peace on Earth,” why all the chaos and stress at this time of year? It started when we, through an ironic accident of language, warped Bethlehem into bedlam. But the history of that change is incidental to what we’ve done...
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En una publicación anterior abordé una objeción de parte de Randy, un ateo de Cuba, quien presentó un caso contra el teísmo. En este escrito abordaré la segunda objeción. Randy dice que las propiedades de Dios, al ser metafísicas, nos pone otro problema: ¿cómo sabemos que es omnipotente y no...
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By Erik Manning When arguing for the resurrection of Jesus, Christian apologists often make a historical case for the empty tomb and the appearances of Jesus that occurred after his death. I’d certainly never say that isn’t a legitimate way to argue, but there’s an additional reason to believe in...
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