Monthly Archives: May 2012

What Did The Ancient Jews Believe About The Sacred Writings?

In trying to explain the establishment of the inspired Old Testament, some critics have questioned whether the ancient Jews believed in an inspired set of writings. As one online poster claimed: Yet the developmental history and contents of the Bible … Continue reading

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What About the Apocrypha & Pseudepigrapha?

Some critics have questioned the inspiration and authority of the Bible by attacking the process that was used to recognize the books that are inspired, a process called canonization. Since critics have attacked the Bible by attempting to use the … Continue reading

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Bible Supported By Archaeology: Bethlehem

Today’s AP news wire has a report that archaeologists in Israel have discovered an ancient seal with the name of Bethlehem on it. This is significant because it is the first item found outside of the Bible that contains the … Continue reading

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Is there Evidence Outside The Bible That Jesus Existed?

From the Bara Initiative. From CARM:   Of course, this is but the first step toward demonstrating that Jesus’ actions described in the New Testament are trustworthy. But since the existence of Jesus has been questioned, this is the first step … Continue reading

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Vanderbilt, Texas A&M, and Religious Liberty

The latest in the current case of denying religious liberty in the US. As you may recall, Vanderbilt University leaders made a move restricting the leadership rules for religious student groups, a move which showed they had put political correctness … Continue reading

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From David Wood and Nabeel Qureshi over at Acts 17 Apologetics:

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Hume & Miracles: A Complication of Blunders

I have a book titled Infidelity, which in an older context was a synonym for atheism or skepticism. The book was published by the American Tract Society without a date, but it appears to be from the mid-1800’s. It is a … Continue reading

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