Back to Basics: Can You Trust the Gospel Message?

Was Jesus the man the Bible claims he was, or is what we read in the gospels a legend written much later? Can you trust the gospel message and what it says about Jesus? There are a few key objections we need to answer to show that the gospel message is reliable and trustworthy.

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Back to Basics: Making Sense of the Resurrection

Every Christian knows that the resurrection of Jesus is important. But the true significance of the resurrection can be lost in the repetition. It’s as if we’ve talked about it to the point that we assume everyone already gets it and we don’t need to explain any further.

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The History of the “God the Mother” Cult

Quick Challenge Answer: Was Hitler a Christian?

What Can World War I Show Christians Today?

Quick Challenge Answer: You Can’t Prove Miracles from History

Not only will skeptics claim the miracles to be legends added much later to the text, but they have begun to shift the view of miracles entirely. Men like Bart Ehrman will say things like, “A miracle is by definition the least likely event.

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The Tent Making Christianity QCQ Podcast #219: You Can’t Prove Miracles From History

In this episode of The Tent Making Christianity QCQ Podcast, Drew and David discuss the challenge “You Can’t Prove Miracles From History” Listen to our Weekly Quick Challenge Question Podcast on iTunes, Google Play Musicor Stitcher.  New Episodes are released every Thursday. Don’t see your podcast listening platform?  Email us and we will add them to our distribution list. […]

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The Bible and the Book of Mormon: Is the Difference Simply a Matter of Time?

Their argument was that yes the Book of Mormon’s story is ridiculous, but it’s no better than the Bible. The only reason, he claimed, that we’re able to debunk the Book of Mormon and not the Bible is that one is 2000 years old, the other is only 200.

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