Tag Archives: Miracles

Unbelievable? Two Reasons Why Some People Reject the Reliability of the Gospels

During an interview on Unbelievable? with Justin Brierley, I responded to the objections of two atheists who rejected the reliability of the Gospel accounts on the basis of apparent contradictions with Josephus’ record and a concern about-corroborative evidence. I’ve learned to employ a four-pronged template when assessing the reliability of …

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Why New Testament Miracles Shouldn’t Disqualify the Gospels

Many critics point to the presence of the miraculous to make a case for late dating. Surely the miracles are works of fiction. If the gospel accounts were written early, eyewitnesses to the life of Jesus would have exposed these miracles as fictitious, right? Much of this critical analysis comes …

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How Do We Assess the Miraculous?

J. Warner Wallace, author of Cold Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels, talks with famed apologist, Don Stewart, about assessing the miracles described in the Bible. This interview was taped as part of Don’s show at www.hischannel.com. To see more interview videos with J. Warner …

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Why You Need to Become a Good Christian Translator (Podcast)

J. Warner attended the Evangelical Theological Society Annual Meeting this week and came away with several important observations related to Christian Case Making. Ever think you don’t know enough to be a good “One Dollar Apologist”? You are more important to the Christian community than you might think. Jim will …

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The Path to Becoming a “One Dollar” Apologist (Podcast)

J. Warner continues examining the Christian life in light of God’s desire for all of us to become Christian Case Makers. Jim reads listener email highlighting some of the typical frustrations involved in starting an apologetics ministry and then provides a template to help you become the Case Maker you’ve …

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Why Almost Everyone Believes in the Miraculous

As an atheist, I considered myself a committed philosophical naturalist, and I rejected supernatural explanations related to scientific or historical inquiry. If I encountered an ancient account describing a supernatural event, I immediately rejected it as “history” and assigned it to the category of “mythology.” True history, after all, cannot …

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