A Rebuttal to Bart Ehrman’s “Misquoting Jesus”

Bart Ehrman’s book “Misquoting Jesus” has been a New York Times bestseller since its publication in 2005, which William Lane Craig has indicated has caused enormous doubt within the lay Christian community about whether our New Testament should be considered valid. The intention of the present article is to offer an overview of several key …

Ehrman’s “Misquoting Jesus” Misleads Readers from its Inception

Bart Ehrman begins his book “Misquoting Jesus” by misleading readers about the information we have concerning the New Testament. He begins by building an implicit case against the Gospels and Paul’s letters by (1) stretching the dates between Paul’s writings, Jesus’ crucifixion, and those of the Gospel writers; (2) suggesting there were “many” Gospels written …

Answers to Questions Aron Ra Insufficiently Answered

I recently made a YouTube video entitled “11 questions that atheists cannot answer,” which attracted a multitude of responses from atheists, many of whom attempted to answer my eleven questions. Some of the answers were decent and somewhat plausible, while others were not. Below I have presented my two most important questions, along with the …

Ehrman, Ra and Carrier Are Mistaken: Early Christian Martyrs Did Not Have Mass Hallucinations

I have encountered numerous atheists or agnostics such as Richard Carrier (“Empty Tomb: Jesus Beyond the Grave”), Aron Ra (via YouTube and Twitter), and Bart Ehrman (“How Jesus Became God”) who posit that early Christian disciples, such as Peter, Paul, James, Mary Magdalene, and John, had “mass hallucinations.” They often admit that these early Christians …

Tracie Harris of the Atheist Experience in Beast Mode

Over the past year or so, I have watched a good number of YouTube videos featuring an Atheist Experience host called Tracie Harris. Atheists often pull clips from her videos to create their own videos, with titles such as “Trac(ie)’s Great Point” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dz-8Wk97S9A)  and “7 Times Tracie Harris Went Beast Mode” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxBwBPHHqig&t=601s). I watched these …

A Response to Matt Dillahunty’s and Tracie Harris’ Claim that the Bible calls for Infinite Punishments for Finite Crimes

“The wicked go down to the realm of the dead, all the nations that forget God." Psalm 9:17 In recent years, I have encountered many atheists who have protested what they perceive from the Bible to be an unjust “infinite” punishment from God for their “finite” actions. I wondered about the identity of the source …