When Were the Gospels Written? Internal Evidence Suggests < Peter and Paul's Martyrdoms

Some have asserted we have no eyewitness accounts in the New Testament of Jesus' ministry, yet these assertions are without merit once one investigates internal evidence. Luke wrote Acts after he wrote the book of Luke, claiming to have written "orderly" accounts for Theophilus. In the book of Acts, Luke details the stoning of Stephen …

Ways for Christians to Respond to Boghossion-style “Street Epistemology”

“Street epistemology” is the “application of epistemology (the study of knowledge) outside of formal academic contexts.” According to its advocates, it’s a “fun and effective way to talk to people about what’s ‘really true.’” It “helps” people reflect on the reliability of the methods used to arrive at their deeply held beliefs by identifying, understanding, …

A Christian Answers A Question An Agnostic Said Could Not Be Answered

In a video entitled "Questions no Christians Can Answer! An Atheist Creator's Collection" from the Non Sequitur Show, fifteen atheists and agnostics presented questions they believed to be challenging to Christians. A group of Christians answered these questions in this blog at https://christian-apologist.com/2018/05/06/christians-answer-questions-atheists-say-christians-cant-answer/ Heather Marie Schuldt has answered the first question below. Heather is a master's degree candidate …