Tag Archives: is the Bible reliable?

How Can We Test the Bible? (Podcast)

How Can We Test the Bible? (Podcast)

Can we trust the Bible is as an actual historical account of events? What about the miracles? Do we have to take those as historical facts? Doesn’t archaeology and science disprove the historicity of the Bible? In this interview on the Bibledingers Podcast, J. Warner answers these questions and more. …

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How Important was the Principle of Embarrassment in Your Assessment of the Gospels? (Video)

The gospel authors describe embarrassing details about the disciples. Does this prove the writers are telling the truth? This clip was taken from J. Warner Wallace’s interview with Ragnhard Petersen, the general secretary of the student movement in the Faroe islands called KFS (the Faroese version of Intervarsity). To see more …

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Quick Shot Responses to “The Bible condones slavery” (Cold-Case Christianity S5E13)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner offers a number of brief, rhetorically powerful responses to the objection: “The Bible condones slavery.” Critics claim the Bible either celebrates or condones the notion of slavery, but is this true? What definitions of “slavery” do they presuppose when making …

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