In conversations concerning the resurrection, the fact that the apostles were willing to die for their belief is usually brought up. Now, you don’t need to defend the validity of every apostle’s martyrdom. In fact, I would just stick with Paul, Peter, Jame, and early church persecution in general. However, Sean McDowell explains some linesContinue reading “Did the Apostle Thomas Die a Martyr in India?”
J. Warner Wallace makes the case that through the early Church Fathers we can see that the message of the New Testament has not been changed over the centuries. Some skeptics try to say that the New Testament has been altered over time. The problem is that we have the writings of Christians in theContinue reading “Can we construct the entire New Testament from the writings of the Church Fathers?”
Our friend J. Warner Wallace writes an excellent piece on why you can trust the Gospels were written as eyewitness accounts. We do not have writings that have been distorted over centuries, we have eyewitness testimony. The Apostles Wrote the Gospels as Eyewitness Accounts
How do you know the Bible is God’s Word?
I was pondering the other day about who the first Christian apologists were. My first instinct was Justin Martyr, or Tertullian. But I’ve long been convinced that what we consider apologetics is very closely related to evangelism. And so, apologetics would go back much further. Evangelism would be the announcement of good news. In theContinue reading “The 12 Apologists”