Announcing: APOLOGETICS QUICKGUIDE Here is a series of online presentations that I did with the wonderful assistance of Clint Loveness called “Apologetics QuickGuide.” It follows the topics from the above menu link: Is Christianity True? It was filmed at a great location, by a professional film crew.  The quality is outstanding, making the content that… Read More

As planned I am highlighting some useful resources online, in print, conferences, etc. that will help those involved in apologetics.  Recently William Lane Craig’s Reasonable Faith has released a new animated video titled “Who Did Jesus Think He Was?”  Over the years Craig’s ministry has been publishing some very high quality apologetic videos that are… Read More

The earliest fragment of the gospel of Mark has been published.  Elijah Hixson, adjunct lecturer at Edinburgh Bible College and a regular contributor to the Evangelical Textual Criticism blog, wrote for Christianity Today on May 30, 2018 that “Egypt Exploration Society has recently published a Greek papyrus” and “that the manuscript was written in the range of A.D.… Read More

I am going to start a new series on this blog similar to my Science Series or Biblical Archaeology series: Apologetic Resources.  As the name suggests I will be highlighting some useful resources online, in print, conferences, etc. that will help those involved in apologetics. The first resource I would like to highlight is Belief… Read More