When responsibly investigating historical events, historians commonly assert, “anything is possible, but we closely examine and analyze the evidence for what is most probable." This is the same method for interpreting evidence supporting - or not supporting - all ancient literature and events. The resurrection of Christ is the epicenter of the Christian faith. Without … Continue reading What Evidence Is There for Christ’s Resurrection?
On Good Friday, while we go through our daily routines, use your imagination and travel back with me twenty centuries to the dusty roads of southern Palestine. The son is appearing over the horizon. By this time, the rooster has crowed, alerting Simon Peter to the fact that, just as Jesus predicted, he would deny … Continue reading Good Friday – 20 Centuries Ago…
Below is an article penned by Oxford professor, Alister McGrath. McGrath is a brilliant intellectual, holding a doctorate in theology as well as a Ph.D. in molecular biophysics. (Ever heard the myopic lie about the Christian faith being solely for the intellectually weak? It's actually the intellectually weak who perpetuate this mockery.) The article was … Continue reading The Resurrection’s Impact on a Brilliant (now former) Atheist
Understanding what it means to be able to “draw near to God”... There are people in important roles whose office I could call today and be told either it will be days or weeks before I can see them, or that I can’t see them at all. Not so with the God who spoke the … Continue reading Drawing Near to God – And What It Cost Him