Tag Archives: Supernaturalism

Does the “Unreasonable” Nature of the Virgin Conception Invalidate the Story of Jesus?

For some, the miraculous claim of the virgin conception of Jesus disqualifies the Gospel accounts as reliable history. The famous writer, atheist and debater, Christopher Hitchens regularly referred to the virgin conception as a clear example of the unreasonable nature of the Gospels. Hitchens would occasionally attempt to demonstrate the …

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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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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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Do Miraculous Events (Like the Virgin Conception) Invalidate Christianity? (Podcast)

In this podcast, J. Warner examines the presupposition of naturalism as it relates to the reasonableness of Christianity. Are theists the only people who believe in miraculous events? Do Biblical miracles (like the Virgin Conception) make the Christian worldview unreasonable? Subscribe to the Cold-Case Christianity Weekly Podcast on iTunes, or …

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