Tag Archives: Biblical reliability

As Christians, We Need Better Answers (Video)

When asked, “Why are you a Christian?” most Christians provide the same answers that believers of every other theistic worldview offer. Are these answers good enough if everyone (and anyone) can use them to explain their commitment to a particular worldview? J. Warner Wallace challenges viewers to develop better answers …

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Are You A Christian the Way I’m a Californian? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace challenges viewers to “raise the bar” and develop a more reasonable, evidential Christian faith. Do you think of your Christian identity in the same way you think of your state or national identity? Are you simply a Christian because you happen to have been born into a …

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Why the Differences in the Gospel Accounts Make Them MORE Reliable (Video)

J. Warner Wallace discusses the nature of reliable eyewitness accounts and demonstrates why we ought to expect eyewitness details to vary. This doesn’t make them unreliable; in fact, the variations are a demonstration of their truthful, reliable nature. All believers must learn the rules of evidence and train themselves and …

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What Do the Non-Canonical Gospels Say About Jesus – Part 3 (Podcast)

In this blast from the past, J. Warner finishes his examination of the ancient non-canonical writings to see what they say about Jesus. In this episode, J. Warner examines some of the better known (and more controversial) non-canonical texts: The Gospel of Judas, the Gospel of Thomas, and the Gospel …

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What Do the Non-Canonical Gospels Say About Jesus – Part 2 (Podcast)

In this blast from the past, J. Warner continues to examine the ancient non-canonical writings to see what they say about Jesus. In this episode, J. Warner examines the Gospel of Basilides, the (Greek) Gospel of the Egyptians, the Gospel of Cerinthus, the Dialogue of the Saviour, the Gospel of …

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John’s Gospel May Have Been Last, But It Wasn’t Late

While teaching a recent Colson Center Short Course, I was asked about the dating of John’s Gospel. This New Testament text is generally believed to have been written after the other gospels (Mark, Matthew and Luke). I think there are several good reasons to accept this claim, given the historical …

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What Do the Non-Canonical Gospels Say About Jesus – Part 1 (Podcast)

In this blast from the past, J. Warner begins to examine the ancient non-canonical writings to see what they say about Jesus. Are these documents alternate eyewitness accounts? Do they express the truth about Jesus, lost over the centuries? Are there any good reasons for us to accept what they …

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