We Don’t Know What Tomorrow Will Bring – Just as Jesus’ Apostles Didn’t Know

In what ways did Jesus' disciples manage their time differently before and after His resurrection? How do those ways compare to the ways we manage our time today? In Genesis 1:17-19, God established time as we know it. “God set them [the two great lights] in the sky to give light on the earth, to …

Do We Have Enough Evidence to Support Jesus’ Divinity Today?

“Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.” – St. Paul in Romans 12:2 One of the most well-attested and undisputed facts of Christianity is the fact the early Christian martyrs …

The Apostle Paul Supplied Ample Evidence of Jesus’ Divinity

C.S. Lewis famously called on us to make a choice: either Jesus is a liar, a lunatic, or the Lord. Given Jesus’ miracles, forgiveness of sins, and claims of divinity, Lewis concluded that labeling Him a mere prophet is woefully inadequate so we must face the trilemma. Skeptics often suggest C.S. Lewis omitted a fourth …

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 …