Tag Archives: World Religions

Who Is Jesus, According to Other Religions? (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #56)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner Wallace examines the way in which Jesus is described by the world’s other religious systems. What role does Jesus play in these belief systems and how is He characterized? If Jesus is venerated or described accurately by these world religions, …

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Religious Expression Ought to Be Timely

I’ve lived in the same city for nearly twenty years now, and there’s a tradition here every Christmas season. The city allows religious expression at a street intersection in our town. It’s become a distinctly festive portion of the city during the weeks leading up to Christmas; it’s heavily decorated …

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22 Important Questions for the Buddhistic Worldview

In yesterday’s post I provided a brief overview of Buddhism in an effort to show how it answers the three most important questions (“How did we get here?”, “How did things get so messed up?” and “How do we fix it?”). While Buddhism provides answers for the three most important …

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A Brief Overview of Buddhism

Every worldview has to answer three important questions. First, “How did we get here”? This question is foundational to how it is we see the world around us and how we understand our role within that world. Secondly, “How did things get so messed up?” All of us know there …

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What Do the Kinderhook Plates Reveal About Joseph Smith?

While Christians continue to find archeological and textural evidence supporting the historicity and authenticity of the Biblical Gospel accounts, Mormonism has been plagued with historical and archeological evidence demonstrating Joseph Smith was less than truthful. Archeology continues to refute the history of the Book of Mormon, failing to reveal a …

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