Tag Archives: Teaching of Jesus

Jesus Was A Case Maker

The Jesus I encounter on the pages of the New Testament is a committed case maker. He didn’t expect His followers to believe what He said (direct evidence) without good reason (the support of indirect evidence). Jesus continually supported His testimony with the indirect evidence of the miracles He performed. …

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The Best Piece of Christian Evidence: Unity

I get to hang out with Christian Case Makers all the time; at conferences, at staff meetings, and at locations across the country where I am asked to speak. Inevitably, our conversations turn to the kinds of things that apologists find themselves discussing. We talk about the newest scientific discoveries …

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The Danger of Jesus as a Wise Guy

I’ve met my share of “wise guys”. If you’re also a detective or police officer, I bet you’ve met a few as well. From a law enforcement perspective, nobody wants to be called a “wise guy”; it’s a title we typically think of in a negative way (especially when considered …

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Is God Real? The Evidence from Unity

I had a unique experience last weekend in Jacksonville, Arkansas. Joe Manning, the pastor at Bethel Baptist Church, asked me to create a conference to help answer the question: Is God real? We designed a series of talks providing evidence for God’s existence and the reliability of the New Testament …

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