1. Kelsi chats with the Reverend Jacob Smith about the authority of Scripture - how we define it and what it means for us - both Christian and non-Christian.
  2. This is an excerpt from chapter 2 of The Resurrection Fact: Responding to Modern Critics, edited by John Bombaro and Adam Francisco (1517 Publishing 2016).
  3. Do we have an obligation to find and furnish evidence for our beliefs?
  4. If you are a Christian, you already have what you need to give a reason for the hope within you. That reason, though, is not you.
  5. In episode TWO HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-THREE, Joel, Jason, and Wade discuss biblical archaeology.
  6. The death and resurrection did indeed really happen. They are accomplished historical facts, and by them, so too is the forgiveness of our sins and justification before God.
  7. This is an edited excerpt from the conclusion of The Resurrection Fact: Responding to Modern Critics, edited by John Bombaro and Adam Francisco. (1517 Publishing, 2016).
  8. The resurrection of Jesus encompasses the total and comprehensive glorification of a human being, not merely his restoration.
  9. The Thinking Fellows celebrate easter with a conversation about the resurrection of Jesus.
  10. Some explanations are better than others, but they remain our explanations—except if we had some perspective from outside, above, and behind nature.
  11. We assert, we herald, the truth about God becoming King of the world in and through Jesus of Nazareth alone. It is our public announcement.
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