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Apologetics
In this interview, Dr. Darrell Bock discusses the recently discovered "Missing Gospels" — Gospels of Thomas, Gospel of Peter, and Gospel of Judas. Dr. Bock is Research Professor of New Testament Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. (To...
Apologetics
By Norman L. Geisler The Bible is inspired, but is it inerrant, that is without errors? The reason for a positive answer is simple: The Bible is the Word of God, and God cannot err; therefore, the Bible cannot err. To deny the inerrancy of...
Apologetics
Craig Blomberg Distinguished Professor of New Testament, Denver Seminary Orthodox Jews often reject the New Testament because the Hebrew Scriptures repeatedly declared themselves to be eternal, suggesting that nothing more could be added...
Apologetics
Robert M. Bowman, Jr. In a separate article, " Joshua's Conquest: Did It Happen ?" I have argued that we have some good reasons to accept the biblical account of the Israelites' conquest of the land of Canaan under Joshua as historically...
Apologetics
By Craig L. Blomberg Of the four New Testament Gospels, the one that least resembles the other three is the Gospel of John.  While some of those most skeptical Gospel scholars dismiss all four as fairly untrustworthy, many are willing to...
Apologetics
By Craig L. Blomberg Can the major contours of the portraits of Jesus in the New Testament Gospels be trusted?  Many critics would argue not.  The Jesus Seminar became the best-known collection of such critics during the 1990s as they...
Apologetics
Robert M. Bowman, Jr. The reliability of the account of the Conquest in the book of Joshua has been challenged on two fronts. First, many critics argue that it simply did not happen, at least not in any way similar to the account in Joshua....
Apologetics
Dr. Daniel Wallace teaches New Testament at Dallas Theological Seminary and is one of the world’s leading scholars in the field of New Testament textual criticism. In this interview he answers common questions about the reliability of the New...
Apologetics
By Andreas J. Köstenberger The Bible was originally written in Hebrew, Aramaic (the Old Testament [OT]), and Greek (the New Testament [NT]). The Bibles we use today are translations from the original languages into English (or other...
Apologetics
Dr. Craig Keener is one of the premier writers of New Testament commentaries today. In this interview, he discusses the genre, or type of writing, of the Gospels and the evidence that they are reliable sources of historical information about...