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Apologetics
By Ben Witherington, III One of the big mistakes in Christian apologetics is just focusing on what Jesus publicly claimed to be.  The truth is that what a person is and what they claim to be can be two very different things.  In the case of...
Apologetics
By Gary R. Habermas   Accounts of near death experiences (NDEs) are by no means restricted to recent times; along with similar phenomena, they have been reported throughout history. Yet, they have commanded far more interest in the last...
Apologetics
by Gary R. Habermas   An intriguing development in recent theological research is that a strong majority of contemporary critical scholars seems to support, at least to some extent, the view that Jesus was buried in a tomb that was...
Apologetics
By Ben Witherington, III Almost all scholars, of whatever affiliation or persuasion are utterly convinced that Jesus used the phrase "Son of man" to refer to Himself. This phrase is found in all the source layers of the Gospels whether we...
Apologetics
By Gary R. Habermas When the New Testament defines and identifies the Gospel data, at least three items are always mentioned: the Deity, death, and resurrection of Jesus. 1    The key to Jesus' resurrection is his post-death appearances....
Apologetics
By  Craig A. Evans Throughout the twentieth century Gospel critics have frequently asserted that Jesus' predictions of death and resurrection are vaticinia ex eventu, formulated by the early church. Form critic Rudolf Bultmann accurately...
Apologetics
Answering Common Objections to the Historical Accuracy of the Gospel Accounts of Jesus' Trials and Execution Craig Blomberg Distinguished Professor of New Testament, Denver Seminary Strange as it may sound, the most certain thing about...
Apologetics
Jesus' Resurrection: A Debate Between William Lane Craig and Bart Ehrman