Writings

Why Shouldn’t We Trust the Non-Canonical “Pistis Sophia”?

There are a number of ancient, non-canonical texts used by sect leaders or heretical groups in the early history of Christianity. One of these is called The Sophia of Jesus Christ. Is this non-biblical text reliable? Was it written by an eyewitness who accurately captured the actions and statements of …

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Why Shouldn’t We Trust the Non-Canonical “Dialogue of the Saviour”?

There are a number of ancient, non-canonical texts used by sect leaders or heretical groups in the early history of Christianity. One of these is called The Dialogue of the Saviour. Is this non-biblical text reliable? Was it written by an eyewitness who accurately captured the actions and statements of …

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How Many Women Visited the Tomb of Jesus?

Many of my articles here at ColdCaseChristianity.com investigate issues and passages commonly offered as examples of “contradictions” between Gospel accounts. One such alleged contradiction seems to exist in the description of the women who discovered the empty tomb of Jesus. How many women visited the tomb? One? Two? Three? It …

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Why Shouldn’t We Trust the Non-Canonical “Sophia of Jesus Christ”?

There are a number of ancient, non-canonical texts used by sect leaders or heretical groups in the early history of Christianity. One of these is called The Sophia of Jesus Christ. Is this non-biblical text reliable? Was it written by an eyewitness who accurately captured the actions and statements of …

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Why Shouldn’t We Trust the Non-Canonical “Gospel of the Egyptians”?

There are a number of ancient, non-canonical texts used by sect leaders or heretical groups in the early history of Christianity. One of these is called The Gospel of the Egyptians. Is this non-biblical text reliable? Was it written by an eyewitness who accurately captured the actions and statements of …

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Why Shouldn’t We Trust the Non-Canonical “Gospel of Marcion”?

There are a number of ancient, non-canonical texts used by sect leaders or heretical groups in the early history of Christianity. One of these is called The Gospel of Marcion. Is this non-biblical text reliable? Was it written by an eyewitness who accurately captured the actions and statements of Jesus? …

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Why Shouldn’t We Trust the Non-Canonical “Gospel of Basilides”?

There are a number of ancient, non-canonical texts used by sect leaders or heretical groups in the early history of Christianity. One of these is called The Gospel of Basilides. Is this non-biblical text reliable? Was it written by an eyewitness who accurately captured the actions and statements of Jesus? …

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