Jesus of Nazareth

Investigation of the historical credibility of the New Testament records of Jesus' life with a focus on His resurrection.

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05 / 06

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The Challenge of History: An Interview with William Lane Craig (Australian Presbyterian)

The most distinctive claim about Christianity in relation to other world religions is that Christianity says that God has revealed himself in history....

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Presuppositions and Pretensions of the Jesus Seminar

In this first part of a two-part article, the presuppositions and pretentions of the Jesus Seminar are exposited and assessed. It is found that the principal presuppositions of (i) scientific naturali...

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The Evidence for Jesus

Five reasons are presented for thinking that critics who accept the historical credibility of the gospel accounts of Jesus do not bear a special burden of proof relative to more skeptical critics. The...

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The Birth of God

Does it make sense to say that Christmas marks the birth of God? This question evokes the primary theological debates of the fourth and fifth centuries – how Jesus Christ can be considered both huma...

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Jesus and His Passion

Examines what we know from history of Jesus’ Passion.

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The Triumphal Entry

Reflections on the Triumphal Entry of Jesus into Jerusalem one week before his death.

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The Resurrection of Jesus

Examines the historical grounds for belief in Jesus’ resurrection, focusing on the empty tomb, his post-mortem appearances, and the origin of the disciples’ belief in his resurrection....

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Forum on the Resurrection with William Lane Craig

Panelists: Mark Ballin, Christian Dennis, Elliot Drallmeier, Alex Kim and Sunny SidhuDiscussion with students of the historicity of Jesus’ resurrection....

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